Las Vegas Tourists Have Changed

Las Vegas sees quite a few visitors every year, and the number of visitors is increasing. For casino owners, this isn’t quite as good of news as one might expect. Rather than gambling, many of these additional tourists are doing other things. In fact, the amount of gamblers coming to Las Vegas is actually down. […]
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Caesars’ Refusal To Be Transparent Leads To More Legal Manipulations

The latest escapade revolving around Caesars attempt to divest itself of nearly $10 billion of debt involves the refusal to reveal the contents of almost 7 million documents to former federal prosecutor Richard Davis, one of the point investigators during the Watergate investigation. Caesars maintains that the documents are confidential and, therefore, inadmissible as evidence […]
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Ainsworth Game Technology Leverages Nova Technologies Takeover

On February 10, 2016, Ainsworth Game Technology announced the release of games to the Class II Gaming Tribes market. That followed from Ainsworth acquiring Nova Technologies, a leading supplier of Class II games, in November last year for US$38 million. Nova Technologies has been a leading provider of such games since 2004. It’s over 30 games […]
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