Spin-Off City

Lower taxes, lower borrowing costs, and more freedom to grow. Those are the some of the reasons companies form real estate investment trusts. But some analysts (and others) argue real estate investment trusts (REITs) are fundamentally unfit for the gaming industry.

Published in the March 2016 issue.

Aces & Eights: The Evolution of Deadwood Gaming

In 1987, Deadwood, South Dakota became the third U.S. jurisdiction to legalize casino gaming after Nevada and Atlantic City. Now surrounded by competition, the Gold Rush town has circled the wagons with the introduction of craps, keno and roulette.

Published in the February 2016 issue.

Net Gains

Legal online gambling in the U.S. has yet to hit the jackpot. More targeted marketing could help it advance to the next level.

Published in the November 2015 issue.

Deep Bench

Greenberg Traurig's global gaming practice seamlessly serves clients across markets, jurisdictions and continents

Published in the August 2015 issue.

The Show Must Go On

Casino entertainment used to mean comics and crooners, showgirls and Cirque revues. These days, it's whatever gets people in the door, separates them from their discretionary income, and steers them to the gaming floor.

Published in the July 2015 issue.

United Nation

With a corner on gaming in scenic Western New York, the Seneca Nation of Indians is confident it can withstand competition from three new megaresorts.

Published in the April 2015 issue.

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