Gaming Market Advisors quoted in Asia Gambling Brief

Economic Woes Fail to Dampen Enthusiasm for Russia’s Far East

Russia’s crashing ruble, falling oil prices and an almost doubling in capital outflows, have done little to dampen enthusiasm for two upcoming casino projects in Russia’s Far East, with experts saying the current economic woes will have little impact on their longer-term viability.

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Teeing Up Future Set on China

pc145The Gold Coast’s increasing focus on the Chinese tourism market will be essential to the success of a proposed $7.5 billion Broadwater development, according to an independent US based analyst. Global Market Advisors has been hired by ASF Consortium to provide a feasibility study on the city and the potential for its controversial cruise ship and integrated resort proposal.

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Global Market Advisors (GMA) Opens Asia Regional Office in Bangkok, Thailand to Serve Significant Client Demand

gmaGlobal Market Advisors (GMA), a leading consulting firm to the casino gaming, hotel and airline industries, announced today the opening of its Asia regional office. GMA’s new office is located in the central business district of Bangkok, Thailand and will support clients located in the Asian region in advisory areas such as financial feasibility reports, marketing strategies, and government relations for companies in the casino gaming, hospitality, airlines, and financial industries.

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Andrew Klebanow Quoted in Global Gaming Business Magazine

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by Marjorie Preston
Global Gaming Business Magazine

Gambling first became legal in Nevada in 1931, but slots have been around a lot longer than that. The original modern-style slot machine, the Liberty Bell, was introduced way back in 1899. Invented by a San Francisco auto mechanic named Charles Fey, it had three spinning reels with diamond, spade, and heart symbols, plus the image of a cracked Liberty Bell.

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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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