Paul Doocey was appointed editor of Casino Journal, a BNP Media publication, in 2011. He had previously served as editor of the publication from 2003 to 2006. Paul also served as editorial director of the Gaming Group for Ascend Media and editor of International Gaming & Wagering Business magazine from 2006 to 2008. He had previously worked for IGWB from 1992 to 2000, the last three years as editor of the publication. From 2000 to 2003, Paul was editor-in-chief of Bank Systems & Technology magazine, a CMP publication. He also served various editorial positions at International Council of Shopping Centers and Fairchild Publications. Paul has also had freelance articles appear in Billboard, Unique Homes, Hotel Business and other magazines. Paul is a graduate of Fordham University.
The latest edition of ICE London is in the books, and it lived up to the high standards set by previous versions of the event. Indeed, when the numbers are finally and officially tallied, ICE London 2019 likely surpassed its 33,500 overall attendees , a record that was set in 2018.
Hard to believe it was just three short years ago that the casino industry was introduced to skill-based/arcade-style slot machine gaming—the game mechanics that some, at first blush, believed would eventually take over the brick-and-mortar machine floor.
From the outside looking in, it would be easy to conclude that the ICE London, which took place last month at the ExCeL Center in the UK, is simply a continuation of ideas and products that were first introduced last October at the Global Gaming Expo (G2E) event in Las Vegas.
Recently I read with interest a release Bill Miller, the new president and CEO of America Gaming Association (AGA), sent to the trade group’s membership regarding gaming priorities its putting before the new U.S. Congress. For those who missed it, here it is in its entirety.
Youngstown, Ohio-based Gasser Chair Company has been designing, manufacturing and selling hospitality seating solutions for the past 75 years. Gasser Chair now offers seating solutions for all aspects of the casino enterprise, and has managed to stay in the forefront of this marketplace.
Industry events provide much needed insight into the U.S. sports wagering industry. ICE Sports Betting Conference USA, which took place this past November in New York City, was one such gathering. What follows are some speaker highlights from the conference portion of this show.
Rymax Marketing has carved out a very successful niche in the North American casino industry. Paul Gordon, senior vice president of sales for Rymax, recently took some time to field questions from Casino Journal Editor Paul Doocey.
When the Supreme Court repealed the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act last May, clearing the way for states to enact sports betting, it appeared that the online wagering industry in the U.S. was finally going to be on par with Europe and other international gaming marketplaces.
In this issue of Casino Journal, read about the latest stories from the gaming industry, take a look at new casino resort technology, grand prize drawing tips, seven crucial communication in marketing strategies, and much more!
In this issue of Sports Betting Management, read about the latest stories from the gaming industry's sports betting market, take a look at how professional sports leagues relate to legal sports betting, and much more!