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Just a couple weeks before the end of the year, Las Vegas broke its record for all-time yearly visitation, welcoming its 40 millionth visitor of 2014. That says something about the resilience of the nation’s gaming capital. But we hope that Las Vegas’ resurgence also can be taken as a positive sign...

Finding opportunities is a combination of creative thinking, culture and guts. It takes guts to say, “I know we have always done things this way, but how about we try this?” This can then lead to a culture change whereby creative thinking and the challenging of norms be rewarded and even...

This month's new Class II games include Cadillac Jack—Storm Goddess™, IGT—Hot Roll® Cherries On Top, WMS—Wheel Bonus and Video Gaming Technologies—Cats in Action™.

Just a day after the 2014 Global Gaming Expo came to a close, dignitaries and invited guests gathered under white tents and a blue sky for a groundbreaking celebration kicking off construction on Australian gaming manufacturer Ainsworth Game Technology’s future North American headquarters...

Read 2015 Gaming Industry Forecast essays from the following categories: Security; Slot and Game Developers; Slot, Class II and Table Game Operators; Sports Betting; Table Games and Equipment

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Welcome to the November 2014 edition of the Union Gaming Analytics (UGA) Index of Gaming Operators. The UGA Index for the period ending Nov. 30, 2014, was down 5.79 percent sequentially to 98.98 from 105.06 at Oct. 31, 2014. As an illustrative example, if an investor bought...

The AGEM Index reported a composite value of 185.58 in November 2014, which represents a decline of 1.41 points (-0.8 percent) when compared with October 2014. Compared with a year ago, the index fell 7.89 points (-4.1 percent). The AGEM Index reported month-to-month declines for three...