News for the Gaming and Casino Industry

RANK GROUP’S BET ON BEYOND 2030 PAYS OFF WITH BETTER RECRUITMENT FOR £6M SOUTHEND CASINO

A pioneering initiative to train unemployed people, some from disadvantaged backgrounds, for work in a new Essex casino has enhanced recruitment for one of Britain’s best-known leisure companies.

 

Wynn Palace Now Open in Cotai, Macau

The USD4.2 billion resort further support Macau's development as a World Center of Tourism and Leisure

Imperial Pacific to open new Saipan casino by CNY 2017

Hong Kong-listed gaming investor Imperial Pacific International Holdings Ltd says it hopes to inaugurate its permanent casino resort on the Pacific island of Saipan “by 2017 Chinese New Year”. The firm added that the property would be opened in stages.

IAGA expands its support of Clarion Events’ World Regulatory Briefing (WrB) series events in the lead up to ICE 2017

World Regulatory Briefing (WrB) is an incredibly high profile brand under the Totally Gaming umbrella which was designed to be reactive to changes in online gaming regulation globally

Rainbow Casino’s Cardiff £3m redevelopment creates 30 new jobs in city centre

A £3million redevelopment of Rainbow Casino in Cardiff’s city centre is set to create 30 new jobs. The project is on schedule and the new-look venue will host a star studded re-launch event in October 2016. 

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Andy Chang to head gaming marketing at Okada Manila

“He will lead the marketing initiatives and strategic direction, focusing on local and international markets,” the firm stated in a press release issued earlier this month.

iGaming Education Forum drives key message of Responsible Gaming

Social Responsibility has been confirmed as a top priority on the learning agenda at the first ever iGaming Education Forum, taking place during the SiGMA Conference in November (16/17/18)

Atlantic City Casino workers applying for work at MGM Resort Casino

The planned 1 million-square-foot facility MGM  Resort is set to include a 308-room hotel tower, 125,000-square-foot casino floor, 3,000-seat theater, a 10-eatery dining hall and specialty restaurants, 27,000 square feet of meeting and convention space and other amenities