The modern gaming industry receives a lot of plaudits when it comes to job creation, and this praise is well deserved. According to research conducted by the American Gaming Association and Oxford Economics, the gaming industry generates 1.7 million jobs and nearly $74 billion in income for these workers and their families, and is expected to create an additional 62,000 well-paying jobs over the next decade.
The 2017 version of the National Indian Gaming Association’s (NIGA) Indian Gaming Tradeshow & Convention promises to be among the best ever, thanks in part to a conference program that includes 70 sessions.
The recently held ICE Totally Gaming tradeshow and conference at the ExCeL in London was a smash success. According to press materials provided by show sponsor Clarion Events, ICE Totally Gaming attracting more than 30,200 attendees, setting a new attendance record.
Like many ad agencies in the late 1990s, MVBMS's answer to digital advertising was a relatively simple formula that went something like this: uncork the engaging allure of "interactive", mix it with so-called "traditional" advertising, then render an "animated online banner ad."
Casino operators and suppliers must now attempt to take advantage of new global growth opportunities, adapt and respond to new online competitors, innovate to reach new audiences and develop features to enhance the player experience.
The top speakers at Raving’s 19th Indian Gaming National Marketing Conference, held at Choctaw Casino Resort in Durant, Okla., last month, gave attendees a unique chance to appreciate the past, present and future potential of tribal gaming.
The developments promised in the Upstate New York Gaming and Economic Development Act of 2013 finally came to fruition last month with the opening of two new destination resort casinos—the del Lago Resort & Casino and Rivers Casino & Resort—and the expanded gaming floor at Tioga Downs Casino.
When you gamble, use your GameSense. That's the message MGM Resorts International will be sharing with its customers across North America as part of an agreement with BCLC, British Columbia's provincial gambling corporation, to license its responsible gambling program, GameSense.
Konami Gaming, Inc. hosted the world’s first Frogger skill-based gaming competition Saturday, Feb. 18 at 3 p.m. and Sunday, Feb. 19 at 11 a.m. at Vegas’ new entertainment lounge, LEVEL UP at MGM Grand.
In a report received from Waste Management, Circus Reno’s recycling diversion rate for 2016 was close to 18.5 percent, meaning 18.5 percent of the property’s total waste stream was recycled as opposed to being sent to a landfill, according to a press release.
According to the Ministry of Health and Welfare, the number of people with a gambling addiction tops 5.3 million, which is 5 percent of the adult population. This is the highest problem gaming rate in the world and this has become a serious social problem.
In an effort to share the untold stories of positive relationships between tribal entities and the regions in which they operate, Raving Consulting created a recognition program in 2015 to raise awareness and recognize programs that highlight the hundreds of acts of giving of tribal communities.
Digital displays are proven ways to attract customer attention and successfully drive messaging, and now JCM Global has installed two massive seamless digital displays at the new Margaritaville Casino and Restaurant at River Spirit Casino Resort in Tulsa, Okla.
NanoLumens has introduced the world’s first 100 percent front installable and front serviceable 1.25MM pixel pitch LED display, featuring new “touch-free” technology that was developed specifically for a U.S. military command and control center.
There is an LED and LCD revolution taking place with gaming signage, and YESCO—the Las Vegas-based designer and creator of electronic signage—has positioned itself to better help casino operators reap its rewards.