Today’s player points and free play are poorly suited tools to attract new customers to our casinos. Due to ill-conceived marketing practices, these aging concepts are becoming increasingly devalued in ….
Archive for March 2013
Asked to define the National Indian Gaming Association’s (NIGA) plan of approach for the year in just one word, Chairman Ernie Stevens Jr. says, “Unity. It’s all about unity and ….
It might be ugly, but it’s true. At an average of 13 spins per minute, a $20 bill will be gone in less than five minutes for most people who ….
Card Counting Costs the Casino Industry Millions Each Year (But It’s Not the Person Sitting At the Table Doing It)
Every year the casino industry in North America loses millions of dollars to card counting. However, it’s not a group of college students who are doing it. It’s not a ….
ICE Totally Gaming 2013—in its new home at ExCeL London—is now officially the biggest gaming exhibition in the world. With 31,000 square meters of exhibition space, 8,500 square meters more ….
Kiosks have a variety of functions in many industries and can serve to assist with banking, cash handling, wayfinding, information and more. But the kiosks we’ll talk about today are ….
American Gaming Systems—Serengeti Gold™ American Gaming Systems takes you on a safari with Serengeti Gold™, the latest addition to the Instant Jackpot Series of games on the Roadrunner™ platform. With ….
With no federal Internet gaming bill on the horizon, state legislatures are again focused on whether and to what extent Internet gaming will be permitted. Nevada was the first state ….
An ex-military man, Robert “Bob” Sobczyk knows all about hard work, discipline and perseverance. It is probably these qualities that led him on an unexpected but successful path into the ….
In major metro markets from Dallas to Atlanta, a number of highly successful casino resorts in the Southeast are creating new non-gaming amenity offerings that specifically reach out to upscale ….