Fontainebleau Las Vegas has appointed John Helderman as its chief financial officer and promoted Stacie Michaels to the role of chief administrative officer.
Artificial intelligence, like all innovative technologies, is a double-edged sword in the sense that it has the potential to do both a lot of good and a lot of harm. But just what harms and pitfalls should we be looking for? Jason Toy, founder of AI image generator 88stacks, offers five concerns that developers need to be aware of sooner rather than later.
NorthStar Gaming is rolling out its online casino and sportsbook platform called NorthStar Bets, which will be available across Canada.
Daily Fantasy Sports pick ‘em contests that mimic player prop betting are being outlawed in Michigan by the state’s gaming control board starting next month.
The annual Global Gaming Expo drew more than 25,000 attendees for a display of new games, new technology and both land-based and online products.
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Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court John Roberts (l.) issued a ruling last week that will prevent Hard Rock International and its owner, the Seminole Tribe, from launching sports betting in Florida.
Alejandro Tengco (l.) of the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp., has confirmed the agency’s plan to divest of 41 casinos by 2028. Before the sale, PAGCOR will work to enhance the value of its assets.
A new study released by the American Gaming Association showed the casino gaming industry contributes $329 billion in annual economic impact to the U.S. economy, generates $53 billion in tax revenue and directly employs more than 700,000 people.
The updating of Ireland’s gambling laws, some of which have been on the books for more than a century, is sparking interest by lobbyists. They are targeting the country’s lawmakers.
Rumors swirl. Tribes deny. Not after their debacle of 2022. Except for one: the Pala Band of Mission Indians. A history of aggressive efforts by Pala over the years has sparked eagerness to see if they’ll step up.
The Supreme Court of Virginia has once again banned skill games in the state, reversing an order from a lower court judge that allowed the games to resume while a challenge to the ban was being heard.
Just like that, another G2E has come and gone, and as always, there were a multitude of takeaways and observations to be gleaned from one of the industry’s most important weeks. Here are just a few that piqued our interest.
Coming off of a record $40.9 billion year in 2022, it’s clear to see that the U.S. tribal market is a force to be reckoned with. One company that’s primed to capitalize on this growth is Eclipse Gaming, led by CEO Tim Minard (l.).
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A multibillion-dollar money laundering case won’t have a lasting negative impact on Genting Singapore, according to a Maybank analyst. But others say the scandal proves the city-state is vulnerable to financial crimes.
Imperial Pacific International, which has long been scrambling to preserve the license of its Imperial Palace casino (l.) in Saipan, was recently served with two petitions regarding nonpayment of judgement amounts.
Kentucky completed one month of sports betting, including three days of mobile betting. The handle for the month topped $72.5 million. $68 million came from mobile wagering in just a few days.
The booming success of the Las Vegas Strip continues to pique the interest of developers and investors alike, and now another non-gaming entity, Howard Hughes Corp., appears to be the latest suitor with a proposal for a casino built over the Fashion Show Mall on the Strip.
The $650 million Caesars Virginia in Danville (l.) is set to debut in late 2024, creating 1,300 permanent jobs and generating up to $38 million tax revenue for the city. The temporary Danville Casino, which employs 400 workers, opened May 15.
Interblock has partnered with Class II specialists Eclipse Gaming to launch electronic table games for the Class II tribal market.
The organizers of iGB L!VE, Clarion Gaming, have released details of a five-year growth plan. The plan centers around moving the international show from Amsterdam to London.