Last month’s Cutting Edge Table Games Conference at Paris Las Vegas offered a wide range of views on topics such as analytics, enhancements to traditional games, electronic table games, and marketing, among many other subjects.
Table game operators selected Blackjack Burnout by Casino Gaming Development; Baccarat Blitz by Double Luck Gaming; and Advantage Play 3 Card Fury by Money $uit Industries as the Gold, Silver and Bronze winners of Casino Journal’s Best New Table Games competition, which took place at the Cutting Edge Table Games Conference last month in Las Vegas.
Table games executive Bennie Mancino discusses his path through the gaming industry, the table game management lessons he has learned along the way, and how he is sharing this information with newcomers.
Last month’s annual G2E show—as usual—offered something for everyone. On the conference side of things, there was no shortage of high-profile perspective on where we are headed in the all-important areas of sports betting, mobile gaming and customer-facing technology.
The SuperBook at Westgate Resort and Casino is arguably the top sports wagering venue in Las Vegas. SuperBook Vice President Jay Kornegay discusses why this is so and what the property is doing to stay on top
Jay Kornegay is vice president, Westgate Resort and Casino SuperBook, where he has headed the world’s largest sportsbook since 2004. He spoke with Casino Journal Executive Editor Charles Anderer last month about sports betting in the post-PASPA era and what’s next for the SuperBook brand in Las Vegas and beyond. What follows are some edited excerpts.
Yes it’s G2E time this month, but if you’re in the table games business, next month may be more enticing to visit Las Vegas since Casino Journal’s Cutting Edge Table Games Conference returns to Paris Las Vegas November 18-20.
Tom Jenkin, president, global operations, Caesars Entertainment, sat for an interview
with his former colleague from Harrah’s, Dennis Conrad, president emeritus of Raving Consulting at the Casino Marketing & Technology Conference in late July.
The number of casinos has been fairly flat nationally for the past decade but the overall supply of gaming has skyrocketed. The battle for gaming revenue is as intense as ever, so what strategies can marketers pursue to stay ahead of game?
Casino Journal’s 16th edition of the Casino Marketing & Technology Conference, held at Caesars Palace Las Vegas Hotel & Casino July 23-25, featured strong increases in attendees and exhibitors and the first ever pre-show Loyalty and Player Development Conference presented by Raving Consulting.
In this issue of Casino Journal, The gaming industry responds to the social and economic onslaught of COVID-19, Developing a Coronavirus Protection Strategy for Casinos and Cardroom, A New Way to Build Casino Loyalty during Coronavirus, and much more!
In this issue of Sports Betting Management, read how more and more Native American properties establish sportsbooks or strike marketing deals with professional teams and leagues, The National Football League (NFL) continues to have an impact on sports betting within the U.S., and much more!