Route Roundup

Slot route operations—or distributed gaming—is becoming a major factor in the U.S. gaming industry. Illinois just surpassed $1.5 billion in revenues with approximately 30,000 machines. Oregon almost reaches $1 billion with 12,000 machines, and Louisiana almost $600 million with 13,000 machines. A new comprehensive report on distributed gaming has just been released by Fantini Research and Fifth Third Bank that details the machines, locations, companies involved and revenues achieved from distributed gaming in the states where it is legal. The report also outlines states that have some forms of distributed gaming and those that are considering its legalization.

Distributed Gaming in the U.S.

For more information, contact Ashley Diem at Fantini Research at adiem@fantiniresearch.com.

    Recent Feature Articles

  • Winning Culture

    AGS continues its rise in the slot market, building a strong “bench” to foster continued growth

  • What’s New in Restaurants?

    Emerging dining trends that can drive bottom line results for casino resort owner operators

  • Gambling in the Muslim World

    Why the Middle East and North Africa are often gaming-friendly

  • Eldorado, Caesars Agree to $17.3 Billion Merger

    The long-awaited merger between Caesars and Eldorado is a cash and stock mega-deal that will create the largest casino operator in the world, but for Eldorado it also carries a ton of debt

  • Apple Upsets the iGaming Cart

    Is it a consumer-protection measure or a monopolistic power play? Here’s how the technology giant is big-footing gaming operators.