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Bally Technologies partners with Cisco Systems

Bally Technologies recently announced an expanded relationship with Cisco Systems.

Odds stacked against Stanleybet

According to UK-based gaming company Stanleybet, powerful political forces in Europe are restricting growth.

Tabcorp chief steps down

Walter Bugno has resigned from his role as chief executive of casinos at Australian casino operator Tabcorp, the company has announced. Bugno, who has held the position for nearly three years, is to remain with the company until early next year to ensure a smooth transition.

Middlesbrough bids invited soon

The authorities in Middlesbrough, UK, will soon begin inviting operators to bid to win a licence to operate a large casino in the town, which is expected to have a gaming area of between 1,500sq.m and 3,500sq.m.

Melco remains upbeat despite loss

Casino gaming and entertainment resort operator Melco Crown Entertainment continues to maintain its positive outlook for the company’s future, despite recording a loss during the quarter ended September 30, 2008.

Seamus McGill goes to Aristocrat

Gaming products and services provider Aristocrat Technologies has appointed Seamus McGill as chief operating officer of Aristocrat Americas.

IAAPA moves to Las Vegas

Las Vegas is set to stage its most impressive battle yet, as two of the major trade shows on the US calendar are set to collide in November, 2009.

Century Casinos publishes results

Century Casinos yesterday reported its financial results for the three months ended September 30, 2008.

GLI hosts Latin American Regulator’s Roundtable

As it marked 10 years of service to Latin America, Gaming Laboratories International, together with GLI South America, recently hosted nearly 40 regulators from across the region at the first Latin American Regulator's Roundtable and New Technology Workshop.

Moody comments on Asia's gaming trends

Credit ratings firm Moody's has predicted a negative 18 months for Asia's gaming sector, due to the unpredictability of the current economic climate.

Crown Technologies breaks ground

October 31 saw the first ground broken in Crown Technologies' rebuilding project at Rellengen, 15km from Hamburg, Germany, The company is a subsidiary of Novomatic, Austria and the former Bergmann company, which was bought out in May 2006.

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