Macau's casino industry is down more than 35 percent from a year ago, but that doesn't mean the gaming market is slowing expansion plans.
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The 2015 Nevada Legislature adjourned on June 1, but the session never ended for state gaming regulators.
He oversees a publicly traded company, but you won't find Blake Sartini with his attention focused solely on the daily ups and downs of Golden Entertainment's stock price.
The debate that DraftKings and FanDuel never wanted is taking place.
A year ago, Gavin Isaacs was the dog who actually caught the car he'd been chasing.
Recent events surrounding the Strip's troubled northern end are short-term fixes to a problem that can only be resolved with a pair of implosions and a construction effort not witnessed in more than a half-decade.
Don't look for the floodgates to open now that MGM Resorts International has unveiled its plans for a real estate investment trust.
Downtown Las Vegas is outshining the Strip. Through September, downtown casinos have seen gaming revenue increase almost 6 percent compared to 2014. During those same nine months, the Strip is down 1.5 percent.
A clearer picture of the convergence between social gaming and the casino floor was on full display inside the International Game Technology booth at last month's Global Gaming Expo.
There are at least 1.3 billion reasons why the operators of DraftKings and FanDuel are beginning to sweat.
Florida Senator and Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio is co-sponsor of a Senate bill that would ban legalized online gambling.
It's a good thing Wynn Resorts Ltd. elected the longest serving U.S. Ambassador to China to its board of directors last week.
Alex Bumazhny used the big stage of the Global Gaming Expo to cast some doubt on the regional casino markets.
New Jersey gaming regulators, after an intensive licensing investigation that lasted more than year, gave PokerStars approval to offer Internet gambling in the state on Sept. 30.
As the gaming equipment manufacturing sector coalesced in the last two years through almost $17 billion in mergers, Joc Pececnik quietly watched with keen interest and personal insight.
One analyst decided to escape the mind-numbing overload of last week's Global Gaming Expo and check out the resurgent Las Vegas locals gaming market.
The Downtown Grand missed the gaming resurgence that has boosted Fremont Street in the past 12 months.
JCM Global doesn't attract the crowds to its Global Gaming Expo trade show booth in the numbers that swarm major slot machine manufacturers.
Not found among the list of discussion topics being covered during the Global Gaming Expo is the idea of a casinowide smoking ban.
Dan Lee and Jim Murren might be bumping into each other in unfamiliar settings.
Forty years ago, he wrote the betting lines in chalk at the old Royal Inn. Today, the lines are updated electronically via mobile sports wagering applications.
One gaming analyst isn't waiting for MGM Resorts International to decide if it's a good idea to split off all or a portion of the casino company into a real estate investment trust.
Derek Stevens could never pull off his antics if the privately held D Las Vegas were publicly traded. The D's majority owner would have given the Securities and Exchange Commission fits with an in-house-produced video of a pseudo board of directors meeting posted to YouTube on Aug. 31.
The two keynote speakers at last year's Global Gaming Expo angered half the audience. This year's addresses are sure to infuriate the rest of the crowd.
We're not a full year into the slot machine industry's brave new world, and some members of the investment community have doubts about the future.