By any measure, Oklahoma is home to one of the nation’s largest tribal gaming marketplaces, consisting of 132 properties that generated in the neighborhood of $4.08 in gaming revenue for FY2014, according to a report from RubinBrown LLP.
Pick any consumer-facing industry. The odds are good that right now its trade journals are churning out reams of pages and posting millions of bits bellowing about the latest demographically charged zeitgeist: the Millennial.
In the fourth of a 12 article series themed on where the money is now for “smart” casinos, VizExplorer executives debate the promise and peril of casino-produced mobile apps and a potential solution in the form of chatbots.
It was not that long ago that Las Vegas was contributing large sums of money to organizations trying to prevent the spread of gambling to other jurisdictions throughout the western U.S. For the most part, and as we know, they lost that fight.
Providing security and surveillance within a casino environment has always been a challenging task, and is even more so these days thanks to factors ranging from property development trends to the continuous evolution of communication and computer technol
For the past 25 years, PDS Gaming Corporation has become a reliable source for gaming businesses seeking equipment leasing and flexible finance options that include month-to-month, long-term, revenue participation and flat-fee programs.
Responsible for gaming operations at the Seminole Tribe of Florida since 2001, James F. “Jim” Allen, chairman of Hard Rock International and CEO of Seminole Gaming, has guided the development of Seminole Gaming into one of the world’s most profitable gaming entities, with seven casinos located throughout Florida.
The reality for casino operators today is that the competitor is not just the casino down the street anymore; it’s all forms of entertainment—from nightclubs and restaurants to computer games and movie streaming services and everything in between—that is competing for piece of the patron’s budget.