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The biggest threat to the casino business could be millennials, according to one expert. ‘Millennials seem like they are a little bit less interested in gambling in the casinos,’ said Alex Bumazhny, Director at Fitch Ratings. ‘They’ll still go to casinos quite a bit but they spend their money on food, beverages, nightclubs and entertainment and less so on the slot machines.’ Bumazhny said Millennials will play table games like poker, but those games are less profitable for casinos. The big problem for the casinos is that Millennials prefer casino-themed social games and daily fantasy sports. Bumazhny said the casino industry is acknowledging this challenge. He pointed out that Caesars Entertainment (CZR) has purchased social gaming businesses and International Game Technology (IGT), which ...
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Truth Hertz with Charles "The great yahweh slayer" Giuliani. Topic: The gambling industry. *The Rigged Lottery Business: https://youtu.be/8mcZL0kofoY https://archive.org/details/TRUTHHERTZRADIOWITHCHARLESGIULIANI http://www.renegadebroadcasting.com/charles-giuliani/ http://www.blogtalkradio.com/truthhertzradio http://charlesguilianiarchive.blogspot.ie/ http://truthhertz2.chatango.com/ http://www.renegadebroadcasting.com/ http://renegadetribune.com/ About: Charles has degree's in history, theology and education. His hobbies include biking, hiking, playing guitar,writing, and collecting fossils, minerals, ancient artifacts and meteorites. Charles has written 20 mostly-self-published books on subjects ranging from alternative science to history, politics and theology. He has also worke...
Macau is South China's answer to Las Vegas, a gambling hub and magnet for high rollers. Now a crackdown on corruption in China and a drop in high-spending tourists from the mainlander means takings are down. This is a worry for many local workers, for whom the casinos are the only game in town. Al Jazeera's Rob McBride reports.
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The U.S. gaming industry’s gross revenue in 2009 was close to $100 billion dollars. 5.5 billion dollars came from the Las Vegas Strip, followed by Atlantic City, with close to 4 billion dollars. Mobster Bugsy Siegel named his casino “Flamingo” after the long legs of his girlfriend. Close to 40 million people visit Las Vegas every year. Advantage play techniques such as card counting are not considered cheating except in Nevada, where auxiliary devices have been outlawed due to the unique ability of the state’s gambling industry to influence legislation. In almost all jurisdictions, casinos are permitted to ban from their premises customers they believe are using advantage play, regardless of whether they are in fact doing so and even though it is not cheating. Every table on a casino f...
The global gambling industry is worth more than $500bn every year and revenues have doubled since 2001. But there are concerns that regulation is failing to protect vulnerable people from harm. In the UK, attention has turned to the high-speed, high-stakes betting terminals called FOBTs and there is a growing campaign for urgent reform. Al Jazeera’s Paul Brennan reports from London. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/