Land-based casino resort operators employee a variety of methods to recognize and incentivize loyal patrons. Many of these involve monetary remuneration, a free meal at a property restaurant, gratis tickets to a show or a free room night or two at the facility’s hotel.
What's in a name? Often quite a bit, actually. For decades, the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority (MTGA) has carved out a successful niche in the gaming world, developing one of the largest tribal casinos in North America while branching out to own, operate or partner in gaming properties.
Mobile devices have transformed how we interact in all aspects of our lives. We can do everything on our phone, except interact with our casino player’s clubs. Imagine the possibilities if we embrace this technology to deliver our loyalty club experience.
It has become obvious that cashless gaming is growing and, widespread adoption and acceptance may only be a few years away. For the time being however, ATMs are still a basic requirement for land-based gaming operations, and the ATM business continues to thrive.
When it comes to technological innovation and the casino gaming floor, operators seeking revenue growth, cost savings or a competitive edge have an ever growing list of products and systems from which to choose.
It's likely that those who attended the NIGA Indian Gaming Tradeshow & Convention, which was held in April in San Diego, Calif., walked away from the event with a greater understanding of Indian gaming and the vital role it plays in fostering tribal sovereignty and much needed social programs.
With so much lights and fanfare in the average casino, gaming companies are constantly looking for ways to up the ante. The big challenge today is attracting younger players from Generation X and Millennials to the gaming pool.
Located in downtown Detroit’s historic Greektown Entertainment District, Greektown Casino-Hotel (Greektown), a JACK Entertainment portfolio property, is one of three casino resort hotels in the downtown Detroit area.