Bacta has launched an educational campaign to promote awareness of the key safety issues and responsibilities in relation to coin-operated children’s rides
Company's Ongoing Investment in Innovation Is Powering Lottery's Highly Successful Modernization Efforts to Increase Funding for Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) welcomed more than 80 representatives from 33 government entities and 19 countries from Latin America, the Caribbean and Spain to its 11th Annual Latin American and Caribbean Regulators Roundtable.
Sports betting adults are more affluent, younger, more diverse and better educated adults than the general population, according to an American Gaming Association (AGA) commissioned study from Nielsen Sports.
Eventus International announced today that they already have over 60 companies and 200 participants for their latest addition to their series of gaming shows, the Scandinavian Gaming Show.
NRM, the industry’s leading independently owned gaming technology and software solutions provider, has underlined its commitment to charity partner, CHIPS by nominating finance director, Kelly Roberts, to become the organisation’s ‘CHIPS Champion’.
Putting customers first is a mantra at Aristocrat, and the company underscored that commitment at its recently held “Insight to Innovation Customer Advisory Forum.” The two-day event was held in Chicago and drew slot and systems leaders from across the industry spectrum.
Sports betting is off and running in New Jersey, with three casinos and two racetracks taking in $40.6 million in wagers in July, the first full month it was legal.
Representatives of casino operator Mohegan Gaming and Entertainment will meet officials of South Korea’s Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST) later this month, said the firm’s chief financial officer, Drew Kelly. He added that the encouter would include discussion over the firm’s casino venture in that country.
With rising displeasure at added fees and charges, as well as more competition from casinos around the world, Las Vegas-based gaming operators need a new way to stay profitable. Some believe that sports betting is the solution, and a new emphasis on wagering has already changed the way these companies approach their business.