Three months into the job, the new CEO of Caesars Entertainment Corp. told an audience at the Global Gaming Expo on Wednesday that reports of the casino industry being oversaturated in several markets might be a misnomer.
Gaming revenue in Nevada and along the Strip fell for the third straight month in August although other areas of Clark County reported double-digit increases.
Former Caesars Entertainment Corp. CEO Gary Loveman has joined Aetna to oversee a new division for the Hartford, Conn.-based insurance company.
You’re not allowed to smoke within 25 feet of the entrance to the Sands Expo and Convention Center, according to the sign. On Tuesday morning, smokers blurred the 25-foot rule to catch a few puffs between programs at the annual Global Gaming Expo.
The debate over daily fantasy sports was front and center Tuesday at the Global Gaming Expo. DraftKings CEO Jason Robins took part in a panel discussion on whether or not fantasy sports is a form of gambling. The interest was so large that the G2E breakout session took place in the main conference ballroom at the Sands Expo and Convention Center, rather than one of the smaller meeting rooms.
JCM Global doesn’t attract the crowds to its Global Gaming Expo trade show booth in the numbers that swarm major slot machine manufacturers.
The opening address of the gaming industry’s largest trade show and conference was an unusual place for a noted card counter to give a lesson on how to beat the casino.
Full House Resorts is acquiring Bronco Billy’s Casino and Hotel in Cripple Creek, Co., for $30 million, the Las Vegas-based company announced Monday.
Las Vegas Sands Corp. has abandoned a six-year effort to build a casino-resort in South Florida and has now focused attention on a potential gaming development in Georgia.
Scientific Games Corp., having spent nearly $8 billion to create the casino industry’s largest manufacturer, is using the Global Gaming Expo as center-stage to display the combination of several leading slot machine brands under one corporate heading.