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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.
 

Ed Roberts underlines the importance of Juegos Miami

Argentina-based Ed Roberts has become the first indigenous Latin American company to book stand space at Juegos Miami (May 31 - 2 June, The Biltmore, Miami). The manufacturer, distributor and operator of equipment for both the bricks-and-mortar and online casino sectors is active in countries including Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, Chile, the Dominican Republic and throughout the Caribbean. 
 

That's Entertainment!

The pursuit of a fun experience and the chance to win money, have been identified as the two most important motivations for UK amusement machine players, in a large scale consumer survey conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC) on behalf of bacta.

Vantiv sets out education agenda for GiGse

Cincinnati-based Vantiv Entertainment Solutions is the headline sponsor of the 2017 edition of GiGse, which is being held for the first time at San Diego’s Marriott Marquis Marina (26 – 28 April).

Joe Pappano, SVP & Managing Director, looks ahead to the event and provides his views on the evolution of the gambling landscape in the United States as well as the challenges facing payments solution providers.

Why experts are calling Hard Rock casino a 'win-win' for Atlantic City, but still 'cautious' on Shore town's future

Gaming experts are bullish on Atlantic City and the empty Taj Mahal after its new owner, Hard Rock International, unveiled its nearly $400 million plan to transform the property into a "true entertainment destination."

Experts, however, remain "cautious" about the Shore town's future and warned that recovery won't happen overnight.

A rendering shows some of the changes coming to the former Trump Taj Mahal casino