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
Station Casinos plans to build in Northern Nevada on an 8-acre parcel near the Reno-Sparks Convention Center. The property is expected to have 84,000 square feet for gaming and entertainment, as well as a state-of-the-art sports book.view
Internet gaming continued its surge at participating Atlantic City casinos during June but the increase was not enough to keep the over-all June win at the city’s eight casinos from slipping.view
MGM Resorts' purchase of Boyd Gaming’s 50 percent stake in Borgata, Atlantic City’s top casino, has received regulatory approval in New Jersey. The Casino Control Commission voted 3-0 to approve lease agreements needed for the sale.view
Oaklawn’s marketing department received nine Romero Awards during the closing ceremonies of the Gaming Marketing & Technology Conference July 14 in Las Vegas, bringing its total to 34 awards over the last seven years.view
Fears of a "Brexit effect" hurting the World Series of Poker proved to be unfounded. the marquee event in the ongoing 69-event poker tournament tallied 344 players from the U.K., up 23 percent from the 279 who played last year.view
Online gaming regulators in New Jersey are pondering a giant leap forward, asking Atlantic City licensees to submit thoughts on how a system of sharing players between New Jersey and the United Kingdom might work.view
The Analyst | The Nevada Gaming Policy Committee has been holding meetings every other month. They have discussed how to get fantasy sports operators to come to Nevada and have had eye-opening discussions around the whole world of eSports.view
Gaming Insider | MGM Resorts continues on a domestic roll that appears to be picking up momentum with each passing month. The most important of their projects may ultimately be the National Harbor resort and casino about 10 miles from the halls of Congress.view
William Hill CEO James Henderson has been ousted, paying the price for the U.K. bookmaker’s struggle to keep pace in the fast-moving world of online betting.
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.
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.
A Long Island poker veteran has emerged as the chip leader at the final table of nine players in the marquee Main Event at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas.
Pennsylvania’s 12 casinos hit a record high in the just-completed fiscal year, with revenue from slot machines and table games rising 3.6 percent to more than $3.2 billion for the 12 months ending June 30.