All eyes are on San Diego as North American thought leaders converge on GiGse

Thought leaders from the North American gaming industry are converging on San Diego for the 2017 edition of GiGse, which runs across 26 – 28 April at the Marriott Marquis Marina. GiGse delegates will be presented with three days of information, insight and networking, with the accent firmly on the future of gaming on the continent.

Atlantic City's fortunes improving after state takeover, Christie says

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Gov. Chris Christie is taking a victory lap in Atlantic City, saying his hard-fought takeover of the struggling gambling resort is starting to pay off with projects like a new university campus and a major casino investment.

But the national head of the NAACP and local officials of the civil rights organization are wary of the state's intentions and are particularly afraid the city's water system will fall into private hands.

Hong Kong’s TGG Ventures Into Japan’s $40 Billion Gaming Market Joining Forces with Leading Tokyo Gaming Studio

Tokyo – TGG, the Hong Kong-based gaming technology company, has further strengthened its market position in Japan through a recent partnership agreement with leading Japan-based pachinko gaming studio - Prime Works, in Tokyo and Osaka.

FlowPlay sets out philosophy ahead of innovative GiGse

At the upcoming GiGse (26th – 28th April, Marriott Marquis Marina, San Diego), FlowPlay and other social casino providers will be presenting on a session around how land-based casinos with established brands can leverage white-label social casino technologies. In the lead-up to GiGse, FlowPlay, CEO, Derrick Morton expands on the session, what it means to be a 'good corporate citizen’ and how GiGse is a springboard for innovative thinking.