Owners of the NFL Raiders all set to meet officials about relocating to Las Vegas

An insider in the Office of Economic Development of Nevada Governor has confirmed Mark Davis, the owner of the National Football League’s Oakland Raiders, is planned to take a assembling with tourism officials about a probable move for team to Las Vegas.

Sheldon Adelson, the owner of a Billionaire, has proposed a US$1.3 billion stadium plan that would see a private- public collaboration for a domed stadium to be made near University of Nevada in Las Vegas. Earlier in January, UNLV purchased a forty-two acre site that the proposed stadium might be made on.

The Raiders were 1 of 3 teams that lobbied publicly for resettlement previous year. The Chargers as well as Rams also looked to resettle, with earlier finally staying put in San Diego for around a year when the later has shifted to Los Angeles and then into a US$ 1.8 billion stadium that is being made with the expectations of being all set by the year 2019.
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Dutch online gambling bill gets tax migraine

The gambling reforms in Holland that target to revolutionize the Dutch online as well as land-based gaming places has been very slow-moving. The Dutch Remote Gambling Act is still being argued by a committee in the Lower House and it seems that there will be no end to it.
This is really a shame as foreign operators are queuing up for some that have the potential to be a huge online gambling revolution. The newest minor irritation is the fact that the two ruling alliance parties appeared to have suddenly and unexpectedly flip-flopped this week on the twenty percent tax rate for online gambling firms. Instead, the alliance proposed a blanket twenty-nine percent rate for both online as well as land-based operators.

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