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State of Gaming in Atlantic City By: Frank Catania

In the immortal words of Yogi Berra: “It’s tough to make predictions, especially about the future.” Despite this, some things may safely be said about the future of the gaming market in Atlantic City. One thing we know for certain is that Atlantic City will never return to its heyday, when gaming revenues there rivaled those of the Las Vegas strip. Competition from neighboring states is probably the greatest single factor that caused the downturn, resulting in the closing of several casinos.

Casino Security

It’s not surprising that the initial response by the authorities in Manila to a rampaging gunman, setting fire to gaming tables in the Resorts World casino was to suspect an act of terrorism - especially as ISIS opportunistically claimed the attack as their own. As the investigation progressed, the authorities have dismissed any terrorist or political motivation. The attack was simply a someone with a gambling problem intent on stealing chips! Regardless of the motivation, the outcome was dreadful: 37 people killed and many more injured.

Three great companies. One great Party: FBM, WIN SYSTEMS ZITRO join To celebrate in a big way in Las Vegas

The companies, FBM, Wins Systems and Zitro have teamed up to offer a great party full of fun and excitement during the week of the international trade show G2E in Las Vegas. Under the motto "The Great Pack Party", these three companies will offer all their guests a unique event, to be held in one of the most emblematic venues in the city.

Two Systems

South Korea wants casino expansion but is its economic model viable? By David McKee

With Japanese casinos still somewhere in the hazy yon and the Chinese government turning the pressure on Macao up and down like the burners on a stove, South Korea and Singapore are where the action is. However there’s one significant difference between the two: if you’re a South Korean you can’t gamble in your native land. Almost.

Cigar sponsorship tells a memorable story at Juegos Miami

Online IPS, which provides payment solutions to business owners struggling with the routine merchant services, will be making its presence felt at Juegos Miami in a creative fashion. The company’s Brazilian Co-Founder, Witoldo Hendrich Jr., discusses the central role of Juegos Miami to the development of gaming in the region, the importance of engaging with governmental decision makers and what inspired them to sponsor a cigar event.