Augmented Reality and the Future of the Live Gaming Experience

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April 30, 2019

Needless to say, gambling is one of the industries that has proven time and time again to be very responsive to new technological trends. This began long before the internet ever came around and continued well after internet use exploded all over the globe. For years, various technological trends have directly or indirectly contributed to the way casinos operate as well as the kind of products and services that they are able to offer their customers. Some of the most notable advancements have been on graphics enhancements that have allowed to such things as video slots as well as high-definition… Read More

Pennsylvania Online Gaming to Go Live on July 15

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April 23, 2019

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) have finally announced the official launch date of the state’s online gaming industry. In a letter that was addressed to the Keystone State’s 13 licensed casino operators, Kevin O’Toole, the gaming control board’s executive director, revealed that the operators who interactive gaming licenses have been approved will be able to begin operating on July 15. “We know many of you have been diligently working toward the launch of interactive gaming. Consistent with our pledge near the beginning of this process … the Board intends to launch a coordinated timeframe for the commencement of I-Gaming… Read More

Bet365 Finally Ready to Launch Betting Platform in NJ

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March 19, 2019

Renowned United Kingdom-based online gambling operator Bet365 has recently made a major move to solidify its place as a potential contender for the top spot in as far as gambling in New Jersey is concerned. This move involves the acquisition of a physical presence in the state of New Jersey where it will be venturing into with a sports betting offering sometime in the summer. The 19,000 square feet of office space at that the company signed a long-term lease for will probably be its center of operation going forward – it is located at the Two Greentree Center in… Read More

Maryland Casinos Break New Revenue Records in 2018

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January 8, 2019

Maryland’s six casino operators closed out 2018 with rather modest gaming revenue gains even though Horseshoe Casino Baltimore’s ongoing decline showed no signs of subsiding – only Horseshoe Casino saw revenue decline, which in this case was a 7.2 percent drop. According to figures released on Monday by the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Agency, statewide casino gaming revenue hit the $148.8 million mark in December 2018, a 5.2 percent increase over the same month in the previous years and an improvement of $8.4 million over what was recorded in November 2018. The Specifics Casino gaming revenue by itself contributed to… Read More