In The News: International Gaming Institute
PROFESSIONAL wrestler Eddie Guerrero is credited with coining the phrase, “If you’re not cheating, you’re not trying.”
The light beam piercing the clouds above the Luxor for years beckoned tourists to a traditional casino landscape of slots, card tables and smoky corners of the night club scene.
Scanning the news today, chances are you saw another story about one of the most pressing issues of our time: women’s equality, particularly in the workplace.
A study at the University of Nevada Las Vegas has found that fans of eSports competitive video gaming have mixed feelings about cheating—an issue that will need to be addressed if casinos are going to embrace betting on eSports matches.
The casino floor will have all the trappings — glowing slots and felt-covered game tables. The sportsbook will have a tote board for posting odds and windows good enough to receive wagers. An esports arena will have game paraphernalia and video screens.
The Philippines gaming regulatory agency says its gross revenue has jumped more than 11 percent in the first four months of the year, with income totaling PHP25.09 billion ($482.5 million).
Nevada’s gaming industry can take a sigh of relief after a federal judge ruled Monday that a law prohibiting interstate wagering applies only to sports gambling.
Less than 15 months since the Supreme Court struck down a federal ban on sports betting, the NCAA still appears to be grappling with how the expansion of the legalized sports gambling might harm the integrity of college athletics, and how it might impact collegiate athletes.
Esports integrity doesn’t turn out to be much of an issue for fans, a new study has found out. This dims the prospect of introducing esports betting in earnest.
The Design Automation Conference is 56 years old and is recognized as the premier conference for design and automation of electronic systems. Attendees include system designers, architects, logic and circuit designers, validation engineers, CAD managers, as well as managers, executives, and researchers and academicians from over 1,000 organizations.
Casino mogul Steve Wynn’s former company was fined a record $20 million by Nevada gambling regulators on Tuesday for failing to investigate claims of sexual misconduct made against him before he resigned a year ago.
Don’t expect the gaming and cannabis industries to mix anytime soon in Las Vegas.