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People who gamble a lot are usually pretty good at it, right? Whales who drop hundreds of thousands of dollars on a hand of blackjack generally do all they can to reduce the house edge and maximize their winnings. Right?
Slot manufacturer Aristocrat Technologies has launched two new game titles in conjunction with video game-maker Sega Corporation, as part of a co-development agreement between the companies.
Casino City Press has released the new edition of its flagship directory of gaming businesses.
The first Chinese-themed slot machine series produced by Taiwanese manufacturer Jumbo Technology debuted at MGM Grand Macau last month.
JCM Global, a world leader in currency validation systems, and United Coin Machine Company, a leading route operator in Nevada, have entered into an exclusive purchasing agreement.
Slot manufacturer International Game Technology has named Robert Melendres chief legal officer and corporate secretary, and Craig Billings chief of staff and head of corporate development.
The California Nations Indian Gaming Association last month announced the election of Daniel J. Tucker to the post of chairman and Steve Stallings to the position of treasurer for the organization.
Luke Davis, formerly communications manager at TCS John Huxley, has been appointed head of marketing at the U.K.-based supplier and distributor.
Rich Fiore, one of the most highly regarded slot game designers in the business, died unexpectedly last month. He was 50.