I would be lying if I said it’s going to be easy to accept this transition and to refocus my efforts elsewhere. However, I am eternally grateful for having been given this excellent opportunity and have enjoyed every aspect of being involved in the Calvin Ayre organization.
Kindred turns on the lights in New Jersey with SG technology
Kindred Group has not waste time and use its connections to launch two platforms in New Jersey to strengthen its online gaming presence in the Garden State market.
Imperial Pacific to appeal case over release of finances
The company behind the embattled Imperial Palace on the U.S.-controlled island of Saipan has been fighting against having to reveal its financial health to gambling regulators, asserting that the information is private.
Genting HK to sell huge chunk of cruise business
Genting Hong Kong has reportedly agreed to see as much as 35% of its operations to a company owned by TPG Darting, Ltd.
Scientific Games sees 2019 EBITDA forecast take a hit
Scientific Games released its preliminary second-quarter results last week, revealing a 9.3% decline in its gaming revenue and a 1.5% drop in its EBITDA.
Arkansas breaks ground on new $350-million casino
The casino market in Arkansas is picking up, thanks to newly passed legislation to allow more gaming, as well as sports gambling.
Connecticut tribes to Gov. Lamont: Thanks, but no thanks
The proposed venue of Gov. Ned Lamont for a new casino have not entice the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes.
Japan could see massive payday from integrated resorts
Were Japan to launch its integrated resort (IR) initiative today, the country would see economic incentives unrivaled by virtually any other activity.
It’s here – predictive gaming to go live in the NFL
Washington Redskins have announced a partnership that will bring live interactive, predictive-gaming presentations to TV sets across the country.