John Acres, Lyle Berman, Don Brinkerhoff, Redenia Gilliam-Mosee and Richard A. "Skip" Hayward received the casino-gaming industry's highest honor as they were inducted into the American Gaming Association Hall of Fame.
Scientific Games has more than 250 products in its booth this year, including the featured Seinfeld machine with new technology in the cabinet. Other new machines this year fall into the comedy category, bringing entertainment to the casino floor through innovation.
Of all the conferences in all the world, Stephen Bogart - a son of legendary actors Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall - appeared at this one. At Everi's booth, he welcomed the company's new Casablanca slot machine. Bogart took a few spins on the game, featuring iconic images and videos of Humphrey Bogart and co-star Ingrid Bergman.
Known for his unique perspectives on technology and business culture, Klososky detailed how casinos can best align with new developments in technology including the Internet of Things, wearable devices, big data, the cashless society and cybersecurity. As a leader in digital and online tools, he shares a uniquely new but seasoned view of the trends and topics that are changing the business landsca...
The American Gaming Association's 2016 end-of-year highlight video.
AGA highlights member companies' anti-money laundering (AML) compliance programs.
Highlights from AGA's Get to Know Gaming event in Philadelphia.
Highlights from AGA's latest Get to Know Gaming in St. Louis.
G2E 2016 was full of great moments, great innovations and great memories!
Celebrities at G2E this year included Tim McGraw at Aristocrat, Shaquille O'Neal at Inspired, Penn Jillette, Teller and Stephan Bogart at Everi, Larry Thomas (the "Soup Nazi") at Scientific Games and Vanna White at IGT.
The booth theme this year reflects the company's growth and is a great environment to showcase their new tables, licenses and products. This year, AGS is launching the Bonus Spin, which taps into a millennial market as they are able to give away non-cash awards like a nightclub table or a cabana at a pool.
IGT offers a complete solution with 6 new cabinets it debuted at G2E this year, including the Mega Tower, an 11-foot-tall cabinet for the Wheel of Fortune. Another featured offering is Sphinx 4D, where players can actually touch elements of the game.
Aristocrat is bringing an immersive experience to its players with great content like Game of Thrones, Buffalo, X Files and other licenses that resonate with a wide demographic.
Tim McGraw dropped from the ceiling at the Aristocrat booth to surprise attendees and unveil his new slot machine.
Geoff Freeman joined Dr. David Forrest and Rick Parry to unveil new research on the integrity of sports.
At the marquee discussion of sports betting at G2E, ESPN's David Purdum, IGT Senior Vice President of Global Product Marketing Betting and AGA Senior Vice President of Public Affairs address the innovation in the industry.
AGA President and CEO Geoff Freeman joins National Indian Gaming Association Chairman Ernie Stevens to discuss the state of the gaming industry.
For the first time, American Gaming Association President and CEO Geoff Freeman and National Indian Gaming Association Chairman Ernest L. Stevens, Jr. join together on the main stage.
Monday morning kicked off the anticipated Global Gaming Expo with The Power of Being Fearless, an inspiring keynote by notable Frances F. Townsend, former Homeland Security & Counterterrorism Advisor to the George W. Bush administration. Presented by Global Gaming Women, Townsend delivered a message of combating fear in career and life for women in the gaming industry. From her first day in the Wh...
AGA's Get to Know Gaming event took place in Biloxi.
WSB ABC (Atlanta, GA) reports that the AGA estimates that 90% of $90B wagered on football games will take place illegally.
WPXI NBC (Pittsburgh, PA) reports that the AGA estimates 98% of the $90B wagered on football games are illegal.
Fox Boston reports that the AGA estimates that 98% of the $90B gambled on football will be placed illegally.
CBS Las Vegas reports that $90 billion to be bet on football and that 98% will be done illegally.
ABC Maryland reports that football bets expected to top $90B for second straight season.