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.
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.
Don Best Sports is one of the high profile gaming organisations appearing at this month’s GiGse, which is being held at the Marriot Marquis Marina, San Diego, 26th – 28th April. The company’s president, Benjie Cherniak, provides insight on the status of sports betting in the United States and the main obstacles it has to overcome.
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.
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
A series of delays and setbacks jeopardize the largest privatization in Greece and one of the biggest real estate projects in Europe: the redevelopment of Athens’s former airport area at Elliniko. This affects in a great way the already crisis-hit Greek casino market, because one of the first construction projects that is to be built on the land is an integrated casino resort facing the Agios Kosmas marina.
OPAP, Greece’s leading gaming and lottery company aims to raise up to 200m through a bond issue in order to finance it’s investment of 35.000 VLTs.
The bond issue, is expected to roll out until the end of March, not only will provide the state-run with much needed liquidity in a cash-starved economy, but will also act as a vote of confidence, just before the launch of the much-anticipated VLT operation.