With slots, game designers must create an experience that makes them come back for more.
Director of Trading, William Hill US
Casino credit should be simple and easy for the player, airtight and risk-free for the operator.
Some operators who want to phase in new generations of players are looking at a growing phenomenon: competitive video games
Today, the gaming industry’s record as a good neighbor is hard to refute.
How casinos work with local attractions to build business, on- and off-property
It’s the biggest moneymaker in casinos, but lots of U.S. players have never played baccarat. Here’s why the game is big in Asia, and could get bigger elsewhere.
How ‘Free’ Online Casinos Came Into Their Own
If you think reel-spinning slots have gone the way of the fruit machine, think again.
According to Gamblit Gaming CEO Eric Meyerhofer, more casino operators are coming around to the inevitability of new gaming forms
Young would-be gamblers want a product that looks, feels and sounds like the arcade games they grew up with—Synergy Blue is working to fill the bill, and then some.
Kiosk technologies have changed casino floors, hotel front desks, bars, restaurants, parking garages and more. Surprisingly, while automating once-human transactions, they have made hospitality more hospitable.
Is it a consumer-protection measure or a monopolistic power play? Here’s how the technology giant is big-footing gaming operators.
From D.C. to New York to New England, casinos are coping with new competition
Some U.S. bookmakers say overseas sports betting suppliers are encroaching on their turf. Can’t we all just get along?
Will high-tax states unwittingly put a lid on their online industries?
Billions of dollars in new development is coming to Las Vegas, much of it designed to capture business travelers, who outstay and outspend other tourists.
When it comes to bringing in the bucks, PA gaming is a proven winner. Could high taxes and big buy-ins handicap this race?