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Casinos are likely the least problematic element of the gaming industry, according to the former chief executive of Britain’s Gambling Commission.

Jennifer Williams, who met with local politicians this week to discuss the coming implementation of integrated resort casinos, said that there was a widespread misconception about the negative impact of casino gaming.

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With casino gaming now authorised on the island, the Bermuda Casino Gaming Commission will work to ensure that the protection of public integrity is at the core of all gaming activities. To accomplish this, here are five significant areas of interest on which gaming regulators will focus.

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My name is Richard Schuetz and it is my great honour to have been recently appointed as the executive director of the Bermuda Casino Gaming Commission.

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The head of the Bermuda Casino Gaming Commission has strongly dismissed rumours that sites have been selected for the Island’s casinos.

Richard Schuetz, the commission’s executive director told The Royal Gazette: “If there has been a deal made, I have not been made aware of that. If a deal was made and I was lied to about it, you would probably be reading about me leaving the Island.

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A gaming senior executive from the United States has been appointed executive director of the Bermuda Gaming Commission.

Richard Schuetz will leave his post as commissioner for the California Gambling Control Commission to start work on the Island on September 1.

According to a statement from the Bermuda commission, Mr Schuetz has worked as a senior executive in the gaming markets of Las Vegas, Atlantic City, Reno/Tahoe, Laughlin, Minnesota, Mississippi, and Louisiana. 

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