AGEM Announces Three New Members Join Organization The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) announced that its board of directors has approved the membership applications of three new companies, bringing ….
Archive for April 2013
The gaming industry sadly lost an icon last month when Michael “Mickey” Wichinsky passed away at the age of 90. Support poured out immediately to close friends and family, and ….
Security and surveillance is an area of casino operations that can be easy to overlook, but is—without a doubt—one of the most important. It may not be a direct revenue ….
During mid-February 2013, more than 500 delegates converged on Las Vegas at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino for the third annual iGaming North America conference. Participants hailed from all ….
New cabinets and platforms, tournament management systems and a sensory immersion game are just a few of the incredible products showcased in Casino Enterprise Management’s seventh annual Slot Floor Technology ….
A great deal of change can occur over the course of 20 years. Twenty years ago, people were still using dial-up Internet, waiting minutes for a page to load on ….
The Nevada State Legislature is currently in its 77th Legislative Session, which convened on Feb. 4 and adjourns June 3. As part of this legislative session, the State Gaming Control ….
Responsible gaming is not an issue the industry is willing to gamble on. Countless people around the world visit casinos and online gaming web sites daily, and for about 1 ….
Bill Eadington, probably best known for his time as the director of the Institute for the Study of Gambling and Commercial Gaming at the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR), passed ….
The growth of bingo, especially online, has been fast and, in many ways, unexpected. Worldwide, the industry has been quick to shed its somewhat old-fashioned image and has been attracting ….