A fine of $ 175,000 for the two Rock Ohio Caesars casinos - Ohio
In the USA, regulators of gambling are very strict about the application of rules in casinos. In the State of Ohio, two Rock Ohio Caesars gambling facilities have received a total fine of $ 175,000 on non-compliance with the Regulation on the coverage of surveillance cameras. The law requires that surveillance cameras should see the faces of the players and the cards on the tables, and videos must be clear to prevent cheating. During the visits of the two gambling establishments, officers of the commission found that the cameras were down. They also discovered the illegal opening of four table games at Horseshoe Casino Cleveland and the extension of credit authorization beyond the amount that can be granted to clients.
Faced with these violations of the law of the State of Ohio, the Casino Control Commission announced on Wednesday that the Horseshoe Casino Cleveland will pay $ 50,000 in fines, while the Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati assessed a fine of $ 125,000. If Cleveland casino’s fine is less heavy, it's not the first time that it is penalized by the commission. In April 2013, the casino was forced to pay $ 180,000 in fines for having violated safety and operating rules even in its slot machine room: use of unapproved dice, improper handling of keys, lack of warning on gambling problem on its promotional posters, alcoholic drinks service at table games, etc. In August 2014, the ROC Finance LLC had to pay a $ 200,000 fine for having failed to mention at the Commission that its loans refinancing is not yet complete.
Friday, 22 May 2015
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