Killing the Gaming Experience

Global Gaming Business Magazing Regional U.S. gaming markets continue to see month-over-month declines in gaming revenues. Analysts tend to blame the weather, the economy, market saturation, increased competition in neighboring states, and of course, Obama for this decline.

What has yet to be cited is that the gaming entertainment experience has fundamentally changed over the past few years, and many casinos no longer deliver the experiences that players have been used to historically.

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Fresh Support Released That Malaysian Airlines Jet Ended in Indian Ocean

By Gaurav Raghuvanshi and Andy Pasztor

Wall Street Journal

Raw satellite data released Tuesday by Malaysian authorities and a separate report issued by Australian accident investigators offered fresh support for views that missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went down in a remote section of the Indian Ocean after running out of fuel.

Fresh Support Released That Malaysian Airlines Jet Ended in Indian Ocean –

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Gaming Market Advisors Acquires Galaviz & Company, Enhancing Global Footprint and Service Offerings

GGR Asia

LAS VEGAS – Gaming Market Advisors (GMA), a leading provider of economic feasibility reports and marketing strategies to the casino gaming industry, annouced today at G2E Asia the acquisition of Galaviz & Company.  The acquisition positions GMA with a stronger foothold to support clients in Asia and to increase its consulting presence to associated tourism industries such as airlines and hospitality.

Gaming Market Advisors Acquires Galaviz & Company

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Time of Sands

page0001_s Ten years ago, Sands Macao’s opening change the course of Macau and global gaming history

By Muhammad Cohen

Inside Asian Gaming

As Sands Macao employees began arriving for work around 7 a.m. on Tuesday, 18th May 2004, a crowd was already forming on the street, nine hours before the casino’s scheduled grand opening.  Around noon, a rumor spread that guests would receive free chips worth MOP200 (US$25), swelling the crowd.  Just before 2 p.m., during a reception for invited guests, security began “freaking out,” according to an executive of Las Vegas Sands Corp. send from Las Vegas for the opening.

Time of Sands

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