Identifying guest trends

Eric Cunningham, Training and Marketing Manager of casino management system supplier Table Trac, Inc., explains how today's analytics can answer questions casino operators will be asking themselves; this article was originally published in the March/April edition of Gaming America magazine.

Watering the flowers

Andrew Burke, recently appointed CEO of Bluberi, speaks with Gaming America about his vision for the gaming supplier; this interview was originally published in the March/April edition of Gaming America magazine.

Tribal innovation and sustainability

Gaming Arts President Mike Dreitzer spoke to Tim Poole about tribal gaming at ICE London. This interview was originally published in Gaming America March/April.

The importance of class II gaming

Russell Witt, Director of Central Determinate Gaming at Incredible Technologies, explains why he believes class II gaming is more important than ever. This article was originally published in the March/April edition of Gaming America.

Should adverts call out offshore operators?

Tim Poole proposes an aggressive advertizing strategy to highlight the threats posed to players by illegal gaming operators. This article was originally published in the March/April edition of Gaming America.

An undervalued hand

Tim Poole caught up with American Gaming Association (AGA) president and CEO Bill Miller at ICE London, for a broad discussion on state-by-state regulation, mobile wagering and public sentiment. This interview was conducted before the coronavirus pandemic.

Debate: Will US sports betting advertising have a negative impact?

Owain Flanders, Iqbal Johal and Tim Poole put forward their arguments as to whether increased gambling sponsorship in US sports might have a negative impact on public opinion towards the industry. This article was first published in the March/April edition of Gaming America.

States versus tribes?

Across the US, tribal gaming is a $33.7bn industry with 460 gaming establishments, operated by 240 federally recognized tribes in 29 states. A panel at this year’s ICE London discussed tribal gaming’s route into sports betting and the hurdles it faces.

Is political betting good for business?

Before the coronavirus pandemic, 888 Holdings SVP, head of commercial development Yaniv Sherman spoke to Ezra Amacher about political betting within the US.

Making the most of March Madness

Ezra Amacher looks into the betting intricacies of March Madness, one of the busiest weeks on the US sports betting calendar. This feature was written before the coronavirus pandemic and, at this point, provides useful forward-looking analysis should March Madness return in 2021.

From teamsters to titans

Oliver Lovat on how Las Vegas casino financing has evolved from the backroom to the boardroom, and how REITs have changed operators' strategy

Tenant and landlord

Sean Chaffin reports on MGM Resorts' sale and leaseback strategy with some of its biggest properties, and whether this is likely to continue.

Ahead of the game

Cathryn Lai, SVP Product Management and Product Marketing at Scientific Games, speaks to Gaming America about gaming innovation and the supplier’s plans for 2020. This interview was conducted before the coronavirus pandemic.

From the top: Japan, Jim Murren’s lasting legacy

Tim Poole assesses Jim Murren's legacy after his departure from MGM Resorts International.

Sports betting monopolization and the case of DC

Gaming America takes a look at monopolization in the US sports betting market and speaks with Newgioco CEO Michele Ciavarella for his opinion on the topic

New games; new territories

Lightning Box Account Manager Mike Lally and Operations Manager Michael Maokhamphiou talk Gaming America through the company's plans for 2020. This interview took place at ICE London and was originally published in the March/April edition of Gaming America magazine.