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Bermuda Gets Ready to Allow Casino Gambling for the First Time

Excerpt from Travel Mole

Jan 13, 2014 11:30 am

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Although there will be no standalone casinos, gaming will be allowed inside resorts and onboard cruise ships in a move expected to boost visitor spend.

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Law-makers in Bermuda are expected to permit casino gambling for the first time according to the island’s minister of tourism and transport, Shawn Crockwell.

In proposals under discussion, casinos will be allowed to operate as an integrated facility within a hotel or resort rather than a stand-alone venue.

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