Topic: gaming

woman leaving slot machines
Research | October 18, 2021
UNLV researchers discover that a common strategy to increase play time on slot machines simply doesn’t add up. 
A woman sits on a desk next to illuminated letters reading "K J"
People | August 2, 2021
A British expat lands in the desert.
detail of historic document
Research | April 21, 2021
"In the Shade of the Royal Oak" explores UNLV's historic gaming literature from the 17th and 18th centuries.
A deck of cards is stacked on top of credit cards
Research | March 15, 2021
As the casino industry considers expanding cashless gaming options amid the pandemic, Boyd’s Gaming Law students offer a regulatory helping hand.
portrait of woman in graduation cap
People | January 14, 2021
With a gaming-centered master’s degree newly in hand, UNLV Hospitality grad Margaret Simpson is bringing powerful leadership to her tribe’s Oregon casino.
woman walking away from slot machines
Research | September 17, 2020
An expert from UNLV's International Gaming Institute explains how it differs from problem gambling.
A young woman stands overlooking the Las Vegas Strip
Campus News | August 19, 2020
International Gaming Institute program shows high school students the future careers they can have in hospitality management.
A photo of the area surrounding UNLV with the Las Vegas Strip in the background
Research | July 13, 2020
UNLV researchers share lessons learned from Casino Cosmopol CEO Per Jaldung.
UNLV International Gaming Institute Logo
Business and Community | June 30, 2020
“The Big Questions: Online Gambling and Sports Wagering” will help identify a responsible path forward for policymakers and regulators nationwide.
The black pyramid of the Luxor dominates a view north along the Las Vegas Strip
Business and Community | June 5, 2020
Former mayor Jan Jones Blackhurst sees a reimagined Las Vegas in the wake of coronavirus as the Strip slowly reawakens.
Esports arena at Luxor
Business and Community | May 5, 2020
With live sports temporarily on hold, more Americans than ever have turned to esports to fill the void. UNLV expert Robert Rippee on the phenomenon and what’s next.
unlv president marta meana is wrapped in a blanket by audrey martinez and lynn valbuena
Business and Community | February 24, 2020
Thanks to a $9 million gift from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, UNLV’s College of Hospitality and Boyd School of Law will develop multiple education initiatives related to tribal gaming and hospitality.