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Jan. 18 lecture explores what keeps Hawaiian tourists coming to Vegas and why they love to stay at The Cal.
Researcher shares his findings on the motivations and views of industry players during Dec. 13 event.
UNLV class brings student-developed ideas to the market at the Global Gaming Expo trade show.
Research connects the material legacy of gambling in the Renaissance with contemporary board and card games.
Card players, sports bettors and pool hustlers used to be the only ones playing games professionally. Now esports joins the fray.
Esports is moving from huddles around a computer to becoming the next big spectator sport — and resorts are betting that it’ll bring Millennials into casinos.
The relationship between resorts, eSports and the Gaming Control Board is still being fleshed out. UNLV researchers are right there to examine these emerging paradigms.
Eadington Lecture looks at how the rise of public relations helped push the casino industry out of its past and into a new era of legitimacy.
German historian explores how Las Vegas achieved what cities around the world have not: true distinction as a gaming destination.
How the old papers of an esteemed accountant and the memories of a casino legend chart the shift in the casino model.
Long before K-pop, there were the Kim Sisters. Now an Eadington Fellow is exploring what their meteroic rise on Las Vegas entertainment scene has to do with American ideals of beauty, citizenship and capitalism amidst Cold War politics.
National Archives grant helps University Libraries' Special Collections Division preserve archival collections on expansion of gaming in America from 1970 to 2010.
Eadington Fellow dives into UNLV's archives to examine the relationship between sports media and cultural memory in poker's main event.
Five national scholars will study aspects of gaming and gambling during residencies at the University Libraries Center for Gaming Research.
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Gaming Research In The News
On Feb. 6, when Wynn Resorts announced that its founder and CEO Steve Wynn had resigned, it also revealed his successor: Matt Maddox.
In his 2017 Adams Revenue Report, prepared for online gaming media outlet CDC Gaming Reports, the financial analyst says continued casino expansion across the US is responsible for the 3.7 percent year-over-year increase.
A shareholder derivative lawsuit has been filed in Clark County district court on the behalf of the Norfolk County Retirement System, a current Wynn Resorts stockholder.
Some gaming industry sources talked about Steve Wynn’s resignation as if he had died.
Steve Wynn got it on both coasts today.
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