Gaming Insider | The forced departure of CG Technology boss Lee Amaitis and $1.5 million fine levied by the Gaming Control Board produced an explosion of interest at other companies where software development is important.view
The Analyst | In strolling through a few baccarat rooms this month it was extremely obvious business activity was up. If both the pace of action holds up and the win percentages do not turn downward, July could prove to be one of the best months ever for baccarat.view
Larry Flynt won a high-stakes gamble with Gardena, Ca., over the future of the the city’s oldest casino after the City Council voted last week night to give him the economic package he sought for his newly acquired business.view
Striking resort workers in Atlantic City are turning up the pressure at the Trump Taj Mahal as the walkout by workers heads toward the fourth week with no end in sight.view
U.S. gaming operators continue to respond positively to Aristocrat’s high-performing products, with the leading gaming technology company delighted to have received outstanding customer feedback in the findings of two recent high-profile surveys.view
CG Technology Holdings and the Gaming Control Board have reached a tentative settlement to a complaint that will have the company paying a $1.5 million fine and its CEO Lee Amaitis resigning by the end of August.view
Casino revenue continued to grow statewide in Mississippi in June, with gamblers losing more at casinos along the Mississippi River and the Gulf Coast. Figures show casinos won $175 million in June, up 1.4 percent from $173 million in June 2015.view
The Analyst | Last week MGM Resorts started more aggressively marketing their version of mobile gaming using slot tournaments. Their system, called easyPlay, is actually a fairly simplistic iteration of mobile gaming.view
Gaming Insider | There’s gotta be an easier way to build a stadium, a thought that had me turning back the pages to memories of a long ago conversation and mixing that with the recent approach MGM took to its new T-Mobile Arena.view
Seminole Gaming CEO and Hard Rock International Chairman James Allen has received the casino marketing lifetime achievement award presented at the Casino Marketing & Technology Conference.view
Nevada officials are following the course of discussions that could lead to an agreement linking Internet gaming player pools in New Jersey with those in the United Kingdom. A.G.Burnett said he does not expect the state to become a party to the talks.view
NFL Previews | This is the second of eight NFL division previews leading up to the 2016-17 regular season opener on Thursday, Sept. 8. The New England Patriots will be looking to set an NFL record this season when they go for their eighth straight division crown.
A double-shot of Major Championship golf this season as The PGA Championship gets underway just 11 days after the conclusion of the epic battle between Henrik Stenson and Phil Mickelson at The British Open.
Vegas Sports Books | The South Point has come up with a fresh idea to make visiting its property a must throughout the NFL season. Of course the lure is cash, a whole bunch of it.
Poker Scene | The 47th Annual WSOP $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em Championship played down to the November Nine on Monday. The players will return to the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino on October 30 to begin play to crown this year’s World Champion.
Dye-ing to Know | “Quigley’s Corner” was the term used to describe the spot in the paddock where Tom Quigley positioned himself each day to observe horses preparing to run an upcoming race.