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Campaigners raise fresh concerns about Done family business after Guardian reveals interest in gambling addiction counselling
Fred Done, one of the billionaire Tory donors who owns bookmaker Betfred, also bankrolls a company that makes money advising people struggling with high debts, it has emerged.
MPs and campaigners raised fresh concerns about the Done family’s business empire, a day after the Guardian revealed that brothers Fred and Peter Done own a company that provides services including gambling addiction counselling to the public sector.
Cleveland police are continuing to search for multiple suspects late this week in connection with a violent hold-up in a house allegedly used for illicit gambling and other crimes, according to news reports.
Two assailants broke into the Glenville neighborhood residence a few days ago with one of the robbers stealing about $100 from a 31-year-old victim as he was pistol-whipped.
Two duo first entered the residence and pointed guns at those inside. They demanded players get on the floor.
Minutes earlier, a robber jumped out of a car, brandished a gun and stole $40 from a 40-year-old pedestrian on the street close to the gambling house, police told Cleveland.com.
The robber fled in the car. It was described as a 2005 Chevrolet Monte Carlo.
Police located the auto a short time later. The four occupants jumped out and scattered.
Two of the bandits that had been in the car ran into the house allegedly used for gambling. Later, police discovered the residence was used for dice games, dominos and card tables, Cleveland.com reported.
It also held an upstairs bar and another in the basement, the report adds, based on information from city police. Coolers found in the house allegedly contained liquor.
Police said one witness further alleged the house was the site of prostitution, beyond the other illegal activity.
Several occupants in the gambling house also ran out of the house following the robbery.
No arrests have been made so far in connection with the robbery or the illicit activities allegedly taking place in the house.
Eleven Indicted by Grand Jury
Elsewhere in Cleveland, last month a federal grand jury indicted 11 people in what law enforcement described as a “large-scale illegal gambling operation” that was orchestrated through an online betting website hosted in Costa Rica.
The US Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Ohio claims the 11 individuals acted as bookmakers for individuals wishing to gamble on sports. The alleged scheme was infiltrated by the United States Secret Service and Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigations unit.
Law enforcement says the bookmakers collected payment by way of gift cards and bitcoin. The indictment says the defendants used an online site based in Costa Rica to track each customer’s bets.
When it comes to legal betting in Ohio, the Buckeye State’s 11 regulated casinos and racinos saw $1.94 billion in revenue during 2019, Cleveland.com reported. The state’s casinos have seen $11.9 billion since the first casino opened in Cleveland in 2012, the report adds.
The 2019 revenue total represents a record for the state. The amount reported by regulators is the total kept by racinos and casinos after paying out winnings for slot machines and table games, Cleveland.com reported.
An estimated $650 million of the revenue will go to the state for yearly payment of gaming fees or taxes, the report adds.
Ohio Considers Sports Betting
Ohio legislators may soon reconsider approving sports betting. Two athletic wagering bills have been proposed.
Both proposals would permit sportsbooks at the state’s casinos and racinos. Mobile sports betting applications could be used anywhere in Ohio.
A House bill would grant administrative authority to the Ohio Lottery Commission. The Senate plan would allow the Ohio Casino Control Commission (OCCC) to oversee it.
The OCCC oversees the state’s four casinos, while the OLC also administers the state’s seven racinos that feature video lottery terminals.
Under the House bill, tax revenue from sports betting by the lottery would go to support education. The Senate’s bill directs the tax revenue to the state’s general fund.
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Pennsylvania’s Hollywood Casino must pay $20,000 in fines for holding unauthorized poker tournaments last year. The penalty was announced this week as the gaming operation saw 3.26 percent more revenue during 2019 than over the prior year.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board imposed the fine in connection with four poker tournaments, according to a board statement. The fine comes as part of a consent agreement with Mountainview Thoroughbred Racing Association which operates the casino at Penn National Race Course in Grantville.
The violations were self-reported by Hollywood Casino’s Director of Compliance Alex Hvizda, according to The Patriot-News. The news report said the “Labor Day Classic” poker tournament was never presented to board officials for review.
Gaffe Blamed on Staff Turnover
Hvizda explained the review failed to take place because of staff turnover in the firm’s poker department, the report adds.
It involved poker tournaments which cost $120 instead of the prior $80 entry fee. The tournaments were held 95 times at the different price, between Feb. 5 and Sept. 12, the report said.
Since the incidents, the board gave Penn National authority to run the $120 fee tournaments based on an updated application.
Under state rules, table game plans, tournament schedules, dealer training, schematics of gaming guides, table layouts, signs and equipment must be approved by the commission’s executive director.
In July, Hollywood Casino online gaming launched the Pa.hollywoodcasino.com website.
The online offering came after months of testing by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board. Pennsylvania was the fourth state in the US to offer online casino gaming and the first to launch since 2013.
Hollywood Casino saw $251,351,715 in total revenue during 2019, according to recent data from the board. That is a 3.26 percent jump over $243 million seen in 2018.
Record Revenue for Pennsylvania Casinos
Overall, Pennsylvania casinos saw a record high revenue of over $3.4 billion in 2019.
Total gaming and fantasy contest revenue during 2019 was 4.5 percent above amounts generated in Pennsylvania during 2018.
Total tax revenue generated through gaming and fantasy contests was $1,415,879,539 during 2019 compared to $1,380,456,782 in 2018, board data added. Sources of gaming revenue include slot machines, table games, internet gaming, retail and internet sports wagering, fantasy contests and video gaming terminals.
Pennsylvania gaming revenue reached $3.3 billion during the 2018-19 fiscal year. That itself was a record and was a 1.8 percent premium on the previous high.
It was also revealed this week that Pennsylvania casinos are behind a statewide effort to convince local municipalities to pass ordinances banning controversial skill-based gaming machines.
The Eckert Seamans law firm has been hired by Parx Casino near Philadelphia to send out letters to municipalities in counties where one of the existing 12 casinos are located. In total, attorney Mark Stewart, who specializes in legal gaming matters, says a letter was sent to roughly 600 local governments.
Elsewhere in the Keystone State, in November the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board recently rebuffed Mount Airy Casino Resort’s plan to open a Category 4 mini-casino in Beaver County. The proposal was rejected because Mount Airy could not procure needed funding for the project.
Pennsylvania’s Gaming Expansion Act 42 of 2017 allowed for opening of mini-casinos. As of July, five mini-casinos were auctioned off.
As of last year, Pennsylvania’s gaming industry was the second richest in the nation behind only Nevada.
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GARY, Ind. – It’s been a busy few months for Hard Rock International, especially when it comes to its Midwest gaming ventures.
Since September, the company owned by the Seminole Tribe of Florida, has closed on its purchase of JACK Cincinnati Casino; was picked by Rockford, Ill., officials for its proposed casino; and applied with Spectacle Entertainment for two casinos in Indiana.
After getting approval from the Indiana Gaming Commission (IGC) for Hard Rock Northern Indiana, Hard Rock’s COO Jon Lucas and Seminole Tribal Chairman Marcellus Osceola went to Gary last week to celebrate the groundbreaking of the $300 million casino project with Spectacle officials, local and state leaders, and members of the iconic musical group Jackson 5.
“We’re excited about delivering this product to northwest Indiana, to Gary,” Lucas told a standing-room only crowd at the groundbreaking. “It will be a first-class facility.”
Hard Rock officials may find themselves back in the Hoosier State again in the not-so distant future. The IGC has a meeting set up for Feb. 7 to discuss the license for the Vigo County casino. Commissioners will meet in the central Indiana county that sits on the Illinois border, and Spectacle-Hard Rock was the only applicant for the license.
If approved, the Vigo County casino would become Hard Rock’s 15th such venue. The gaming company also awaits word from the Illinois Gaming Board on its Rockford application.
So, where does Hard Rock go from here?
The company is involved with a group pitching a casino project in Bristol, Va., that is contingent on Virginia lawmakers reaffirming casino legislation this year and a subsequent referendum. The Bristol project also faces possible competition from a consortium involving the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. It’s also eyeing additional opportunities in California.
But beyond that, Lucas told Casino.org at the Gary groundbreaking that the company is looking further south for new markets.
I think Georgia is a potential opportunity for us, and if anything ever happened in Texas, we would certainly explore that as well,” Lucas said.
Texas lawmakers aren’t currently scheduled to meet again until next year. That means The Peach State may wind up next for the international entertainment and hospitality company.
The Push for an Amendment
State Rep. Ron Stephens (R-Savannah) is one of three Georgia lawmakers currently working to shepherd a constitutional amendment through the state legislature that would allow casino gaming, sports betting, and horse racing.
It comes as the fast-growing state is looking for more revenue. Funds from the Georgia Lottery used to fully fund scholarships for college education, but as Stephens told Casino.org, the influx of people now has reduced the scholarships to funding about 70 percent of college costs.
The current version of the plan would allow up to six casino resort facilities across the state. Those would fall in line with similar projects Hard Rock has developed elsewhere. Stephens, who chairs the Georgia House Economic Development Committee, said there’s already been talk from developers about a $1 billion, or larger, destination complex near the Atlanta Motor Speedway in suburban Hampton, he said.
On the same day Hard Rock officials helped break ground in Gary, Ind., more than 200 attended a hearing at the Georgia speedway devoted to expanded gaming.
“Standing-room only at the raceway,” Stephens said. “These folks that live right there close to the speedway, even in the next city… They were begging us to do this.”
Other possibilities include communities along the Interstate 95 corridor in the eastern part of the state. Officials in Columbus, which sits on the Alabama border, also have expressed interest.
For the constitutional amendment to pass the legislature, it needs a two-thirds majority in each chamber. Then, it needs to pass a voter referendum. If that succeeds, communities seeking a casino resort would then have to pass a local-option referendum.
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Arlington, Thoroughbred Horsemen Still Deadlocked Over Purses as Illinois Racing Board Meeting Looms
It’s looking more likely that Arlington International Racecourse and the Illinois Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association (ITHA) will not have a contract in place for the upcoming 2020 meet by the time the Illinois Racing Board (IRB) convenes next week.
The Illinois expanded gaming law passed last year required the state’s tracks to have signed agreements with their respective horsemen’s group by the end of the year. The ITHA did secure an agreement with the state’s other thoroughbred track, Hawthorne Race Course, before the deadline.
ITHA President Mike Campbell told Casino.org that the two sides met on Tuesday, but the sides still remain far apart, by more than $60,000 per day in average purse money.
The IRB will meet in Chicago on Tuesday. On the agenda is the status of the contract negotiations.
We’ve both been required by the commission to give submissions on the status of the contract talks and solutions for them,” Campbell said. “Not so much the issues involved. As a matter of fact, they’re not interested in the issues. What they’re interested in is a solution to the issues.”
The horsemen have stood firm in requesting an average daily purse of $200,000. Campbell said that would help improve racing at the suburban Chicago track by offering purses that are comparable with tracks in Indiana, Iowa, and Minnesota.
Arlington is owned by Churchill Downs Inc. A call to a Churchill Downs spokesperson for comment was not returned.
Without a contract in place, the 68-day meet scheduled to start on May 1 is in jeopardy.
Stakes Funding Also Hurts Purses
Not only is purse size itself an issue, but it’s also how the purse money is doled out that has raised concerns.
“To have 30 percent of your budget, of your purse count, go towards sakes is outrageous, especially when you have reduced handle, reduced field sizes, reduced quality of racing, and a precipitous decline in the racing model,” Campbell said.
He said the state of Illinois racing is such that the locals cannot compete with the top national connections that come in for Arlington’s top stakes races,
The horsemen have a few proposals for Churchill to boost purses at Arlington. Campbell said one solution would be that the company put back the “recapture” funds it siphons from the purse money . A 25-year-old state law allows tracks to recapture, or reclaim money from the purses, in order to shore up track revenues lost to simulcasting.
Churchill Downs also could put up the purses for the Arlington stakes, Campbell said. He noted the Stronach Group does for the Pegasus World Cup races at its Gulfstream Park in Florida.
What Does the Future Hold?
And, of course, there’s gaming that could fund purses. Churchill Downs’ decision, though, not to pursue a casino at the track, after lobbying for it along with the horsemen, has created a rift between the parties that threatens the future of a track with a history dating back nearly 100 years.
Campbell said owners and trainers agreed to take cuts in purses, dropping from an average of about $180,000 a couple years ago, because they were told casino gaming at the track would restore funding for purses.
However, after the expanded gaming law took effect last summer, Churchill Downs announced it would forego casino racing because of the tax structure. After the IRB considered revoking Arlington’s dates, Churchill Downs told board members in September it was weighing its options for the future.
Campbell and others believe the casino decision has more to do with Churchill Downs buying a majority stake in Rivers Des Plaines, which is located about 10 miles away.
The horsemen have called on Churchill Downs to sell the track if the company is not interested in pursuing gaming, and Campbell said he’s been approached by a couple of groups that may be interested in buying the track.
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One of the two remaining Greece casino bids for the abandoned Hellenikon International Airport has been rejected on grounds that the proposal did not adequately demonstrate the company’s ability to finance and construct the project.
Though the Hellenic Gaming Commission (HGC) has not publicly released its ruling, Reuters reports a source close to the commission revealed Hard Rock International will soon be informed that its submitted documents failed to meet financing criteria and demonstrate sufficient construction experience.
It is absolutely laughable to think that Hard Rock does not have the financial capacity and construction capability to complete the project at Hellenikon,” Hard Rock spokesperson Michael Karloutsos told The National Herald.
“Even our supposed disqualification was leaked to the press prior to Hard Rock receiving official notification,” Karloutsos added. “We don’t even know if it’s true. These leaks have done an incredible injustice to the Greek people.”
Hellenikon International was Athens’s main airport for 60 years before it closed in March of 2001. Athens International Airport opened that same year. Today, it is the 27th-busiest airport in Europe.
Greek to Greece?
If the HGC did, in fact, reject Hard Rock’s proposal – which called for a $1.1 billion resort featuring a minimum of 1,200 slot machines and 120 table games, plus a hotel, meeting space, and numerous restaurants – the company will have 10 days to appeal the decision upon formal receipt. Karloutsos says Hard Rock will do just that.
Florida’s Seminole Tribe owns Hard Rock, and has become one of the world’s largest operators of casinos. The privately held company owns and/or operates casino resorts in its home state, as well as in Nevada, New Jersey, California, Iowa, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Canada, and the Dominican Republic.
The remaining bidder for the airport opportunity is Mohegan Gaming & Entertainment. Owned by The Mohegan Tribe in Connecticut, Mohegan has partnered with Greek construction company GEK TERNA. Dubbed Inspire Athens, the vision suggests building a luxury hotel, entertainment space, convention space, shopping and dining locations, and casino.
Mohegan owns/operates casino resorts in Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Louisiana, Washington, and Canada. But its namesake Mohegan Sun casino in its home state is struggling amid new competition in Massachusetts. Karloutsos believes the HGC has the two entities mixed up.
“If this report is true, I would suggest the committee and commission must be confused, because it is clear they are referring to our competition,” he stated.
Former US Base Turned Casino
Greece is moving forward with another casino. The former US military base at Gournes on Crete – which was called the Iraklion Air Station and used between 1954 through 1993 – is set to be the future home of a gaming resort.
The Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund is developing the resort complex. The property is slated to cover roughly 78 acres, and will feature, in addition to the casino, a hotel and entertainment attractions.
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The industry takes £14.4bn from UK punters every year
- Betfred owners make millions from company treating gambling addicts
- Who are Fred and Peter Done, the brothers behind Betfred?
The gambling industry has exploded over the past decade and now takes £14.4bn from UK punters every year – equal to more than £200 from every man, woman and child in the UK – with the online sector growing particularly fast.
The sector’s major firms have been transformed into some of the most recognisable brands in the country and gambling is a vast business, despite mounting concern among politicians and campaigners, which has shown it is willing to fight hard to preserve its revenues.
The gambling boom was kicked off when Tony Blair’s Labour government passed the Gambling Act 2005, dramatically liberalising the laws governing betting. The late Tessa Jowell, who pioneered the legislation, later described this as one of her biggest regrets.
Some betting bosses have made vast fortunes. The Bet365 boss Denise Coates has received more than half a billion pounds in salary and dividends in the past two years. The Betfred bosses Fred and Peter Done have a combined fortune of more than £1.25bn.
High street bookies’ £100-a-spin fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBTs) became known as the “crack cocaine of gambling”. They were linked to high rates of addiction and ruinous losses but produced massive profits. When the government limited their numbers to four per shop, the bookies opened more shops. Last year, after a long-running campaign, the government reduced the maximum stake to £2.
Some bookmakers sought to bypass the FOBT crackdown by quickly inventing new games that mimicked FOBTs while technically complying with the rules. They withdrew the games under pressure from the Gambling Commission after the Guardian exposed the practice.
Deregulation also led to a sharp increase in the number of gambling adverts. In 2013 the broadcast regulator Ofcom found the number of ads on TV had increased by 600% in six years. The sector’s annual spend on advertising reached £1.5bn by 2017.
Many adverts were attached to live football broadcasts. Mounting public concern about the impact on children prompted the industry to impose a voluntary “whistle-to-whistle” ban on betting ads from 2019. However, some have since shifted to social media marketing instead.
Football remains the betting industry’s cash cow. Of the top 40 clubs in English football, 25 have a gambling sponsor. There have also been controversial bespoke deals, including Wayne Rooney and Derby Country’s tie-up with the online casino 32Red.
Shirt sponsorships and TV ads aside, football fans still see betting logos wherever they look. An episode of Match of the Day can feature more gambling logos than a Sky broadcast because of visible branding on pitch-side hoardings and elsewhere. Concern has been expressed about gambling branding in the children’s section of football programmes.
A recent tie-up that resulted in seven gambling firms buying exclusive rights to show FA Cup games free to customers with an active betting account prompted outrage and a swift climbdown from the industry and the Football Association.
The growth of the gambling industry has been accompanied by a wave of transgressions that has led to firms being sanctioned by the regulator. Firms to face punishment include Betfred, PaddyPower, Ladbrokes Coral, William Hill, SkyBet, 888, 32Red and LeoVegas, to name but a few.
In some cases, problem gamblers have been given hush money to sign a non-disclosure agreement that prevents them taking their case about a specific company’s failings any further. The Gambling Commission has since clamped down on this.
Some techniques are still permitted but are increasingly seen as questionable. Earlier this year the Guardian revealed details of the industry’s use of so-called VIP schemes – offering free bets and free tickets to big sporting events to heavy gamblers – implicated in multiple cases where problem gambling had spiralled out of control. The commission is reviewing the schemes and could ban them.
The industry contends that the rate of problem gambling has remained relatively stable at 0.7% of the population, despite deregulation. However, that is equal to 340,000 people and hospital admissions related to the addiction are rising.
Recent studies have suggested a rise in the number of child problem gamblers to 50,000.
Osaka Prohibits Even Brief Meetings Between Government Workers, Casino Companies Amid Akimoto Scandal Cloud
Lawmakers in Osaka are implementing a new policy barring meetings between city and prefecture workers and gaming company representatives in response to a recent graft scandal that has ensnared several Japanese politicians.
The protocols stem from bribery allegations against Tsukasa Akimoto, who was arrested last month on charges of taking cash and gifts from Chinese internet gaming company 500.com. That company was believed to be pursuing a gaming license in Hokkaido or possibly Osaka and sought to leverage its relationship with Akimoto, who once steered Japan’s integrated resort policy, to its benefit.
Since Akimoto was arrested on Christmas Day by the Tokyo Public Prosecutor’s office, it has been revealed that 500.com may have delivered kickbacks to as many as five other Japanese lawmakers. He was arrested again on Tuesday on charges that he may have submitted bogus receipts for lecture fees and travel following a 2017 trip to 500.com’s headquarters.
In the comings and goings of politicians, you need to take responsibility for your own actions,” said Osaka Mayor Ichiro Matsui in comments to the media earlier this month.
The prefecture’s new policy is that formal meetings scheduled in which politicians and operators will discuss gaming matters, the date, location and purpose of the confabs must be posted in advance so the public can be made aware. However, get togethers fitting the bill as “greetings” and “brief meetings” aren’t subject to the new rules.
Osaka Remains Committed
Osaka, Japan’s third-largest city, remains committed to becoming home to one of the first three gaming properties in the Land of the Rising Sun despite the recent bribery scandal.
The region is the furthest along among Japanese areas when it comes to hosting an integrated resort. Last month, the prefecture initiated the process of engaging gaming companies and is hoping to announce a winning bidder as soon as the second quarter of this year. From there, the prefecture government and the operator will pitch the national government on bringing a casino-resort to Osaka.
The prefecture’s primary competitors for one of the initial three gaming licenses are Tokyo and Yokohama. MGM Resorts International, Galaxy Entertainment Group, and Genting Singapore are the operators competing in Osaka. Las Vegas-based MGM is viewed as the leader of that competition, but some market observers believe Genting should not be ruled due to that company’s successes with its Singapore gaming property.
Osaka Governor Hirofumi Yoshimura believes the shame brought by way of the bribery charges against Akimoto doesn’t stain the concept of Japanese integrated resorts, but he said it indicates problems with “representatives.” Yoshimura said the prefecture’s gaming ambitions will not be deterred by the graft scandal.
The disrepute brought by the bribery charges against Akimoto would be poorly timed under any circumstances, but the allegations and arrests arrived against the backdrop of mounting concerns about Japan’s integrated resorts effort. Recently, opposition parties there revealed attempts to undo the legislation that set the stage for the country to welcome gaming properties.
Additionally, nearly 71 percent of the Japanese citizens questioned in a recent survey said the kickback headlines should prompt review of the country’s casino plans.
As the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, ponder their next move after their earth-shattering decision to “step back” from royal life and become “financially self-sufficient,” a California casino is throwing the couple a lifeline.
After all, the casino industry provides good salaries for low-skilled workers — and that’s before all the tips.
Not that we’re likely to see Prince Harry dealing blackjack soon. Sherwood Valley Casino, a small tribal casino in Willits, Mendocino County, announced last week via press release it had contacted the Royal Household of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to propose they explore business and philanthropic opportunities together.
On Wednesday, the casino’s general manager Michael J. Broderick told Willits News that the offer was no dumb publicity stunt, it was completely sincere.
“A few weeks ago, we had heard through our media and entertainment industry friends in Los Angeles that The Duchess had been in conversations with Disney to do some work with charitable implications and we thought that was great,” explained Broderick.
“But it was real hush-hush and rumors — nothing concrete. However, since we had got the indication that there would be the possibility that The Duke and Duchess were entertaining the idea of working with different private companies, we thought it would be a great idea to approach them and throw our hat in the ring, so to say. We wanted to be part of the conversation.”
The idea was apparently concocted by several casino managers, the tribal chairperson and “a few friends in Hollywood,” who managed to get hold of direct contact information for the Duke and Duchess’ personal secretaries, Broderick said.
“We think there might be an opportunity to work with the Sussex’s in order to improve the lives of Indigenous peoples locally and nationally, and we are ready to partner with them if they are. And, if they need employment, we can look at that, too. Sherwood Valley Casino is always looking for great friendly people to become part of our casino family.”
The ball is now in Harry and Meghan’s court.
Reality TV Next?
Meanwhile, across the pond, Paddy Power has its own ideas about what the future might hold for the couple. The Irish bookmaker has them at 2/1 to divorce within the next five years and 10/1 to be stripped of their royal titles completely.
Career-wise, they’re 12/1 to star in their own reality TV show and 14/1 to become social media influencers. Meghan is 100/1 to play herself in a future season of Netflix’s hit drama The Crown.
But they’re 1/2 to achieve financial independence and live happily ever after.
Paddy Power neglects to provide odds on the couple finding work within California’s tribal gaming sector, but as Broderick himself acknowledged, they’re probably “quite low.”
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