It is Casino Marketing & Technology Conference time and this month’s gathering, at Bally’s Las Vegas July 18-20, will be interesting for a number of reasons, not least as a chance to see how the industry continues to move the ball forward on the digital marketing front.
Having reviewed the winning Romero Awards this year and for several years now, I can say with confidence that constructive creativity is finding its way into the digital space with increasing frequency.
To celebrate the occasion of Mississippi's 25th anniversary as a gaming jurisdiction, the Mississippi Gaming & Hospitality Association, our partners in the event, produced a session featuring the pioneers of riverboat gaming. Here's a sampling of what some industry visionaries had to say:
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.
Ethno-nationalism is the political craze in America and Europe these days, and there are valid reasons for it. But as a business strategy, country-first is commercial malpractice, as the casino industry could readily attest.