Gaming Legal News: March 22, 2012 • Volume 5, Number 5


In this issue: "OLG Review Recommends Modernization and Privatization" and "Detroit Casinos’ February Revenues Increase From Same Month Last Year: Michigan Gaming Control Board Releases February 2012 Revenue Data"

Excerpt from OLG Review Recommends Modernization and Privatization

On March 16, 2012, the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (“OLG”) released a Strategic Business Review (the “Review”) which set out wide-ranging plans aimed at modernizing commercial and charitable gaming in Ontario.

The Review made three broad recommendations, the details of which entail a substantial alteration of the present nature and scope of OLG operations:

(i) Become More Customer-Focused,

(ii) Expand Regulated Private Sector Delivery of Lottery and Gaming, and

(iii) Renew OLG’s Role in Oversight of Lottery and Gaming.

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