Is the cashless era about to begin for table games?
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.
GGB's annual sneak peek at the things likely to impact gaming in 2020
Las Vegas changed forever on November 22 1989, when Steve Wynn’s iconic Mirage opened its doors. Wynn was both composer and conductor of this high-risk composition, bringing together an orchestra of talent to create a perfect crescendo.
Maximizing use of the square footage on a slot floor is a craft that changes as much as the slots themselves
How ‘Free’ Online Casinos Came Into Their Own
Payment processing takes the next step with technological advances
If you think reel-spinning slots have gone the way of the fruit machine, think again.
Healthy Washington state gaming market has operators seeking to add capacity
The 2020 Class of the Emerging Leaders of Gaming 40 Under 40
Konami Gaming, Inc. invests in talent, technology and education to step up among the elite slot suppliers in the industry
Today’s technologies, including enhanced delivery, let resorts thank their best players in prompt, personalized ways
What’s behind the effort to force state tribes to renegotiate settled compacts?
Casinos from Macau to the U.S. rely on electronic table games to address unmet demand
The developing state and tribal regulatory approaches to sports wagering
IGT uses advances in systems technology to bring casino transactions into the modern world
The house advantage is stunting wagering, and gamblers can tell the difference.
As wagers-within-games, side bets serve two seemingly rival masters: the player experience and the house edge.
Is there a need for greater consumer protection in sports betting?
Could the sports betting arena of the future be—an arena? Illinois thinks it can.