The scene stealers at any Global Gaming Expo (G2E) tend to be new slot games and concepts, and 2015 G2E was no exception, with exciting licensed and non-licensed content on display from large and small machine vendors.
What if I were to tell you there was a form of wagering so popular that it attracted millions of customers, forced states to liberalize laws to allow its expansion, had operators investing millions of dollars in new facility development around the world, fostered numerous technological gaming innovations and was so accepted by all levels of society that its future seemed assured.
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Luxury meets technology at the Four Diamond AAA-rated Red Rock Resort in Las Vegas where it took a huge leap forward with the installation of three NanoLumens 2.5MM NanoSlim Engage LED visual solutions, creating 1,730 square feet of crystal-clear content in its race & sports book.
The price of gaming has been a growing topic of interest for the casino industry for some time, the most recent example being an Applied Analysis slot hold study funded by the Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM).
This past May, executives for MGM Resorts International and AEG gathered to celebrate the “topping out” of the Las Vegas Arena, a privately-funded, 20,000-seat, $375 million indoor arena the companies are co-developing on land between New York-New York Hotel & Casino and Monte Carlo Resort and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip.
There is no denying that a $32 million salary is substantial; but what some may question is whether a chief executive officer (CEO) is actually worth such an amount, especially when others in the company don’t make anywhere near that number. In fact, the average CEO in the S&P 500 makes 373 times the average worker.