In terms of number of wagering facilities, Oklahoma remains the largest market in the United States, home to almost 120 wagering operations ranging from small slot parlors to modern, multi-use gaming entertainment facilities.
Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority (MTGA), the Uncasville, Conn.-based operator of Mohegan Sun, Mohegan Sun Pocono and Resorts Casino Hotel, and Incheon International Airport Corporation have finalized a concept agreement and unveiled new details of its proposed partnership to develop, build and operate a first?of?its?kind gateway entertainment district adjacent to the airport in Incheon, South Korea.
Penn National Gaming recruited a number of prominent Boston-area sport icons to help with the official unveiling of Plainridge Park Casino, Massachusetts’ first casino, which opened its doors to the public in late June.
To survive and succeed in the highly competitive Oklahoma tribal gaming marketplace, a casino really needs to stand out from the crowd. Read how the Okla. casinos are doing just that. Learn about the branding unification that is to occur between GCA and Multimedia Games. OIGA vendors are gearing up to showcase their latest games, products and systems. Read all this and more in the August 2015 issue of Casino Journal.
The gaming industry is still trying to wrap its collective mind around the record number of manufacturer mega-mergers that have occurred over the past year. A panel of slot operators and vendors attempts to shine some light on the future of the slot machine market. When it comes to slot games on the casino floor, the penny denomination continues to be the primary choice. Read these stories and more in this July/August 2015 issue of Slot Manager.