In the gaming industry the phrase “cash is king” still holds true, which is why currency validator and cash recycler manufacturers are continuing to upgrade their wares to keep pace with slot machines and other gaming devices that have become more technologically advanced and capable of handling greater volumes of play.
The ICE Totally Gaming show been on an upwards trajectory for the past few years, and Clarion Events, the show’s organizer, hopes to carry this momentum into the 2016 version of the exposition, which will take place Feb. 2-4 at the ExCeL Center in London.
The recent holiday season got me thinking about celebrations. Casinos have numerous reasons to celebrate—players’ jackpot wins, property anniversaries, employee service tenure, etc.—probably more so than just about any other industry.
In Massachusetts, there is a contest going on that pits two intractable foes, where every move by one is countered by a stratagem from the other, where every point is contested, every inch of ground protected, where the word “concession” is considered dirty and low.
Interblock CEO John Connelly recently took some time to meet with Casino Journal Editor Paul Doocey and discuss Interblock’s new Pulse Arena stadium gaming concept along with other new multiplayer gaming machines. Below are some excerpts from that conversation:
Texas Switch by Texas Switch, Inc., was named Casino Journal’s Best New Table Game of 2015, winning an attendee vote at the 8th annual Cutting Edge Table Games Conference, which was held last November at Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino.
Reimagining the guest experience with modern-day convenience, ARIA Resort & Casino has collaborated with Crave Interactive, a cutting-edge guest service software company, to create the largest-ever installation of the provider’s in-room hotel tablets.
Caesars Entertainment Corporation, the world's most diversified casino-entertainment provider, shared its progress across a series of leadership initiatives that demonstrate its long-time commitment to carbon management and reduction.