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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
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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?
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Blockchain may not be ready for gambling, but there are many applications the industry can use now.
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Cyber-security is a crucial cornerstone of a successful gaming operation
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Tribes step up problem gambling efforts
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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
Why the Middle East and North Africa are often gaming-friendly
AGS continues its rise in the slot market, building a strong “bench” to foster continued growth