In The News: Center for Gaming Research

The Street
October 13, 2022

While one Strip resort is doubling down on families, more are going 21+ and the city has a message for parents.

US Bets
November 10, 2021

A study says slot players don't care about payout percentage, but why not try an open book approach?

US Bets
November 10, 2021

A study says slot players don't care about payout percentage, but why not try an open book approach?

dot.LA
September 30, 2021

The world of sports betting is heating up, and the Walt Disney Company is considering making a wager.

The Press of Atlantic City
September 20, 2021

About five years into a state takeover, the city is about halfway to getting some relief from paying off past mistakes, state documents show.

CardsChat
September 10, 2021

The folks behind The Last Dance, the 10-part documentary on Micheal Jordan and the championship Chicago Bulls, are pointing their cameras at 10-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner Doyle Brunson.

Las Vegas Review Journal
August 9, 2021

Slot play in Nevada’s casinos dropped like a rock when the Great Recession hit.

US Bets
July 7, 2021

According to figures from the Nevada Gaming Control Board, Silver State casinos raked in $1,230,165,971, the highest figure for the casinos since they beat gamblers for $1,164,875,043 in October 2007.

Nevada Independent
May 19, 2021

The pandemic-driven absence of international flights to and from Las Vegas has removed one of the gaming industry’s most lucrative business segments, leading airport leaders, tourism officials and gaming insiders to push for the U.S. to reopen for travel from key destinations.

The Press-Enterprise
February 3, 2021

Before stepping foot in a casino in 2021, there are cameras ready to take temperatures and, in some cases, identify guests. It’s the kind of technology that even in 2019 would have seemed foreign to casino visitors but has now become the new normal because of the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Macau Times
January 14, 2021

Activities involving esports and consequently betting on esports lack regulatory frameworks in many jurisdictions mostly due to “fear of the unknown,” said Chris Kissack, head of esports for Digital Isle of Man, during a webinar for the 2021 edition of Gaming Global Expo Asia (G2E Asia).

NBC News
December 31, 2020

The dog racing "mecca" of Florida ran its final greyhound contests Thursday night as the gambling mainstay strides closer to its potential demise across America.