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Millennials—the largest demographic bubble, bigger even than the baby boomers—are coming of age. This dynamic, socially active group has grown up using mobile devices and social media, and they consider the Internet old technology. When we look at our customers today, the numbers...

I attended the World Game Protection Conference 10 in February at the M Resort in Las Vegas, and I can say without a doubt that it was as spectacular as the previous conferences, if not more so. There were a number of great keynote speakers, terrific information passed along to the attendees...

The National Indian Gaming Association’s (NIGA) Annual Indian Gaming Tradeshow and Convention experienced robust attendance, record-breaking exhibitor numbers and a new and improved format streamlined with assistance from a new partnership with Urban Expositions. NIGA Chairman...

The $28.7 billion Indian gaming industry shares many similarities to gaming in Asia. Both have seen the continual increase in gaming revenue slow to a steady pace with income still available to provide a number of services and programs. The jobs alone that gaming provides in Indian country...

With a portfolio of sleek and successful electronic tables games, a strong leadership team in place and a focused plan for the future, Slovenia-based Interblock is doubling down on its market-leading status to grow its footprint in North America and beyond. “Our vision is to be a leading supplier of...

In this month's Inner Circle, we ask about the decision of New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement to allow skill-based gaming in Atlantic City.

Welcome to the March 2015 edition of the Union Gaming Analytics (UGA) Index of Gaming Operators. The UGA Index for the period ending Mar. 31, 2015, was down 1.69 percent sequentially to 99.43 from 100.13 at Feb. 28, 2015. As an illustrative example, if an investor bought $100,000 of...

In March 2015, the AGEM Index witnessed a month-to-month decline, after reporting a gain of 10.82 points in February 2015. The composite index closed at 190.28 in March, which represented a modest decline of 2.43 points (-1.3 percent) when compared with the prior month. However...

Not so very long ago, when a person embarked on a trip to Las Vegas, that usually reflected one main motivation: gambling. That’s not the case today, or anytime in recent years, really. According to the 2014 Las Vegas Visitor Profile Study, a mere 12 percent of visitors said their primary reason...

In March 2015, the AGEM Index witnessed a month-to-month decline, after reporting a gain of 10.82 points in February 2015. The composite index closed at 190.28 in March, which represented a modest decline of 2.43 points (-1.3 percent) when compared with the prior month. However...