Casino News

GSA event a success

The Gaming Standards Association and the Gaming Technologies Associated have hailed a recent Gaming Communication Technology Workshop held in Sydney, Australia, a success.

WMS to market new products

WMS Gaming has announced that it will be moving into the central determination-based gaming markets, including electronic bingo, Class II and other central determination lottery-based markets.

Gaming board works towards recovery

The Nevada Gaming Control Board, US, has formed a “special purpose entity” comprising management staff representing each division of the agency to aid the recovery of gaming companies struggling with bankruptcy.

TableMax hosts ePit seminar

US-based electronic table games manufacturer TableMax Gaming recently held its first ePit seminar in southern California.

Valley Forge awarded slots licence

The Pennsylvania Gaming Board, US, has awarded a slot operator licence for a category three resort to Valley Forge Convention Center Partners.The licence will permit the company to operate up to 500 slot machines at its site in Montgomery County.

Multimedia Games appoints new directors

Gaming technology developer and distributor Multimedia Games has announced that Stephen J Greathouse and Justin A Orlando have been elected to serve on the company’s board of directors.

Crown denies CityCenter link

Casino operator Crown has denied being in discussions with MGM Mirage or Dubai World over a possible investment in the CityCenter project in Las Vegas, US.

Operator employs social networking strategy

A casino operator is aiming to boost visitor numbers by undertaking social networking marketing strategies to reach important new market segments and raise awareness of its resorts.

IGT to exhibit at NIGA 2009

IGT is to showcase its latest products at the 2009 National Indian Gaming Association trade show on April 13-16 at the Phoenix Convention Center, Arizona, US.

Barack Obama and NATO leaders to have dinner at Baden-Baden casino

President Barack Obama and NATO leaders will meet for dinner tonight at the casino in the German city of Baden-Baden, an establishment once frequented by the likes of actress Marlene Dietrich and writer Fyodor Dostoevsky.

Aden Bay casino in Djibouti opens

Sharjah-based Games World International, which manages the Dreamland Aqua Park in Umm Al Quwain and slot machine parlours and casinos around the world, has opened a new casino in Djibouti.

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