Innovation reigned at the 2019 Global Gaming Expo, and here’s a sampling of what we found.
The innovations shown on the floor at G2E are more important than ever as the gaming industry strives to catch up to the technologies used in other industries, according to the AGA’s Bill Miller.
Encore Boston Harbor President Robert DeSalvio of is stepping down just months after the $2.6 billion casino opened.
To the right of Phil Ruffin’s desk, a layout of the 102-acre Circus Circus complex is scribbled out on a whiteboard, outlining areas that are sure to look different in the coming years.
Debit cards and iPhone payments aren’t used in casino transactions, but Bill Miller, president and CEO of the American Gaming Association, told a Global Gaming Expo crowd earlier this week that he believes it’s time to change that.
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman spoke Wednesday on the third day of G2E in Las Vegas, fielding questions about how the league finally embraced sports betting.
Gaming officials will test areas of regulation they’ve never used before as they consider whether Steve Wynn should be stripped of his gaming license.
The star attraction at the Global Gaming Expo on Tuesday was the show floor, with nearly 400 exhibitors showcasing the latest technology, slot machines, skill-based gaming, table games, kiosks, payment systems, casino furnishings and more.
MGM Resorts International is selling the Bellagio property and leasing it back, giving the casino operator a cash infusion of more than $4 billion.
Phil Ruffin is the new ringleader of Circus Circus. MGM Resorts International announced the sale of the property to the owner of TI on Tuesday afternoon.