Speculation on Casino Gambling Legalization in Japan Continues LVS owner Sheldon Adelson continues to create gambling news across the world, this time in Japan as he salivates at the possibility of legalization before the 2020 Olympics. Borgata Moves Towards High-Tech Chips After Poker Scam The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, New Jersey, has changed the poker chips they have been using for years during high stakes tournament after a chip scandal late last year. Historic Land Creating Issues With Massachusetts Casino Plans Two developers competing to bring new casinos to Massachusetts are facing historic land issues that could derail their chances of securing bids to develop the gaming facilities. Saratoga Takes A Stand Against Casino Gambling Expansion Saratoga County passed a resolution this week that will ensure that the county attempts to keep casino gambling out of their territory, despite a New York law allowing casinos. Temporary Control Of Revel Casino In Atlantic City Goes To Chatham The Revel Casino Hotel has been for the most-part a failure in Atlantic City, and this week Chatham Asset Management was given control of the floundering gaming facility. As Alabama Gaming Fight Goes On, Operator Eyes New York The gaming debate over whether electronic gambling machines in Alabama are legal is ongoing, but one operator has their sights set on bringing their operation to New York. Pennsylvania Casino Revenue Falls For First Time Ever Pennsylvania had their run of good luck end in 2013 when casinos in the state saw their first decline in revenue since the state authorized casino gambling in 2006. Macau Casino Revenue Now Larger Than Entire US Macau casino revenue has reached new heights after 2013 figures show that the city has now surpassed the entire US market in terms of overall casino revenue. Video Lottery Terminals Lead To Social Concerns In Italy Italian lawmakers are growing increasingly concerned with the amount of social problems occurring from video lottery terminals that have taken over the country in recent years. Casinos In Ohio Not Meeting Expectations As State Budget Suffers Casinos in Ohio were supposed to be a savior for the state budget, but in 2013 the casinos have fallen short of expectations and have left lawmakers baffled.