The hint of fall in the air denotes that it is once again time to pack the bags and head to Las Vegas for the annual Global Gaming Expo (G2E), which will take place October 15-17 at the Sands Expo & Convention Center.
Morse Watchmans has existed since 1882, originally selling guard tour products. In the early 1990s, the company recognized the need for organizations to control and track their keys. This was the impetus for the development of the KeyWatcher, the first key stand-alone key management system that electronically released keys to authorized users.
Thanks largely to their portrayal on television and in the movies during my formative years, I had a somewhat skewed view of tradeshows and conventions when I officially entered the business world in the 1980s.
As surely as the swallows will return to San Juan Capistrano every year, gaming executives from around the world will flock to Nevada to attend Global Gaming Expo (G2E), the annual American Gaming Association tradeshow and convention at the Sands Expo in Las Vegas.
Throughout its history, the Top 20 Most Innovative Gaming Technology Products Awards has spotlighted nascent, cutting-edge products and systems with the potential to transform casino resort operation and profitability.
Even as the business world hurtles toward cashless electronic payment solutions, the gaming industry still finds value in cash handling products that can quickly and accurately process large and small amounts of traditional currency, whether on the front of slot machines or in the back office counting rooms.
SCA Gaming Founder, President and CEO Robert Hamman has established a winning reputation in both his primary pastime and business, making him a worthy recipient of the Casino Marketing & Technology Lifetime Achievement Award
When you think of card games that could be associated with successful gaming entrepreneurs, what most likely comes to mind is poker, blackjack, baccarat or some other casino-based game. But for Robert Hamman, founder, president and CEO of SCA Gaming, a Dallas, Texas-based provider of promotional solutions for the gaming industry, his card game of choice is something a little more esoteric—bridge.
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