I spent a lot of time this year at G2E at sessions and in discussions with people about subjects such as millennials, eSports, daily fantasy sports, skill games and more. How do they apply to what's happening here and now?
Geoff Freeman is following in Frank Fahrenkopf's vaunted footsteps, but he's also creating a path of his own?one that benefits the overall gaming industry and all the members of the American Gaming Association.
It seems that Atlantic City has suddenly become "hip" with the millennials
What's the answer to longevity and stability?
The complex world of social media
Pricing has become quite an issue in the casino business
It's been almost breathtaking with how fast the national attitude towards sports betting has changed-at least at the highest levels.
Atlantic City has shot itself in the foot for 20 years. Let's hope local officials and politicians get it right this time.
What is the real role of the regulator?
Assessing today's declining slot play
This year's G2E was a changing of the guard when it comes to leadership in the casino industry.
Losing a casino job is a lot more than simply losing a paycheck, it's losing a lifestyle with friends, activities and connections.
Merger madness in the gaming industry
Atlantic City we'll see next summer will be markedly different than the one that's operating today.
A look at the Asian casino market and how it differs from the U.S.
We highlight the saturation that the gaming industry is encountering, and Atlantic City is the poster child of this phenomenon
With a spread of social gaming-those games you play for "free" on your computer via Facebook or some other social media site-the casino industry needs to re-evaluate its participation in these areas.