The American Gaming Association should consider several of these outstanding candidates for its annual Gaming Hall of Fame.
Would an industry-wide smoking ban in casinos have a negative impact on revenue? The benefits may outweigh the cost.
Exploring the importance of brand awareness for online casino operators.
Increased tourism is still a big reason why jurisdictions legalize gaming. So why not integrate it within the community and highlight the things that make the jurisdiction attractive to begin with?
The casino industry has begun to recognize the new visionaries, many of them highlighted in recent issues of GGB.
Following procedures is important, but team members can still bring courtesy and assistance to guests in a respectful way so the hospitality the casino industry provides shines through.
A look at the legacy and continuing influence of Las Vegas giants like Sheldon Adelson, Steve Wynn and Tony Marnell.
It’s Problem Gambling Awareness Month, and we take an objective look at the causes and effects of problem gambling, and the proactive approach to responsible gaming efforts.
A look at the legacy of Sheldon Adelson, Chairman and CEO of Las Vegas Sands, who passed away in January at the age of 87.
Mourning the loss of the Casino Journal, whose competition made this magazine stronger and more committed than ever.
November marked the seventh anniversary of iGaming in New Jersey, the first state of any significance to introduce the industry, with no major issues to report.
How do we evaluate performance in this year, and probably next year, of our casino, our employees and our customers?
With Nevada hit hard by the pandemic, can Las Vegas go beyond its reliance on gaming and diversify enough to survive?
Tracking the slow decline of horse racing, and what the casino industry can learn from it.
Losing G2E is painful, but we’re going to attempt to bring the best of G2E to you with podcasts, webinars and products that would ordinarily be highlighted at the show.
Surveying the new casino floor and the pent-up demand for fun
A look at the importance of sovereignty in these troubled times.
With the coronavirus, the times have clearly changed, and will never go back to “normal.” The companies and individuals who thrive and prosper going forward are those who adjust more quickly and innovate to serve a new audience.