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REVENUE STREAM: Two people try their luck at video slot machines at Bally’s Twin River Lincoln Casino. Revenue generated through slot machines and table games at Rhode Island’s two casinos, in combination with lottery tickets and drawings, is one of the biggest sources of funding for the state’s $13 billion budget. / PBN PHOTO/

ALL IN with Bally’s: But how risky is R.I.’s heavy reliance...

Rhode Island has come to rely heavily on Justin Kane and other recreational gamblers like him. Kane, a Providence real estate investor, likes to blow...
TIME TO HEDGE? Rhode Island is the national leader in per capita revenue collected from gambling. Most state leaders, however, say they are unconcerned about the state’s dependence on the industry and the one company, Bally’s Corp., that has a local monopoly on it. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

R.I. leaders need to see the risk in dependence on gambling...

Nevada may be the nation’s gambling mecca, but it still trails runaway national leader Rhode Island in per capita revenue collected from gambling. Yet, as...

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A NEW REPORT commissioned by the R.I. Department of Revenue says the state could gain $18.5 million per year in general revenue from iGaming. This image shows a free money mobile slot game offered through Bally's Twin River Lincoln Casino. / COURTESY BALLY'S CORP.

Report: iGaming revenue would add $18.5M per year to R.I. budget

PROVIDENCE – If Rhode Islanders were allowed to use their phones and laptops to play government-regulated online slot machines, table games and poker, the...
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When two of Rhode Island’s largest public companies resolved their long-running dispute over a 20-year lottery contract early this year, there was one name...
MOVING ON: Pawtucket Mayor Donald R. Grebien talks with then-Gov. Gina M. Raimondo at an August 2018 press conference at Slater Mill to discuss the Pawtucket Red Sox’ decision to move to Worcester, Mass. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Faces change, differences remain

GOVERNMENT Talk about a sudden turn. For six years, the General Assembly – or at least one chamber of it – was controlled by House Speaker...

Bally’s opens Bally Interactive technology division in Warwick

WARWICK – As Bally’s Corp. increases its focus on mobile sports betting and online casino games, the company recently celebrated the opening of its...
BALLY'S ANNOUNCED IT'S OPENING A WARWICK OFFICE for its interactive operations. The office is located at 475 Kilvert Street. This image shows the company's Bally's Atlantic City Hotel and Casino. / PHOTO COURTESY BALLY'S CORP.

Bally’s announces opening of Warwick office for interactive operations

PROVIDENCE – Bally’s Corp., the growing national company formerly known as Twin River Worldwide Holdings Inc., is expanding its local footprint to Warwick. Bally’s announced...

Bally’s: Bond to R.I. remains strong

Rhode Island leaders say they’re confident that a recent bid by Providence-based Bally’s Corp. to build a $1.6 billion “flagship” casino in Chicago won’t...

Bally’s Corp. awarded online sports betting license in N.Y.

PROVIDENCE – Bally’s Corp. has been granted one of nine licenses to conduct online sports betting in New York, the company announced Monday. New York...

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