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The Global Gaming Expo is in full swing in Las Vegas.
Gaming industry insiders from around the world are here to see the latest games and talk about the newest trends.
As younger people avoid gambling, is there a future in casinos for them?
The country hopes to open its first integrated resorts in a couple of years.
What will the gaming industry's main expo show this year?
The annual Global Gaming Expo begins Monday at the Sands Expo and Convention Center, with more than 26,000 people expected to attend from around the world.
The event takes place at the Sands Expo Oct. 2-5.
What can the industry expect to see during this week's event?
Grab-and-run thefts, craps cheating schemes and inside jobs are ongoing headaches for casinos, according to a top Nevada gambling scam sleuth who shared some secrets with a conference audience in Las Vegas.
Changes are coming to Las Vegas casinos. Over the recent four-day Global Gaming Expo slot makers showed off their next generation of games.
New Caesars Entertainment Corp. CEO Mark Frissora says he is shocked at the casino industry's lack of innovation in appealing to younger would-be gamblers.
Frissora joined Caesars in February after leading car-rental company Hertz and assumed the CEO role in July.
As gaming industry executives gather in Las Vegas for Global Gaming Expo this week, the casino industry is dealing with several c
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A man who wouldn't be welcome to play blackjack in any Las Vegas casino will be the keynote speaker at the gambling industry's annual Global Gaming Expo.
Updated: Oct. 2 8:30 a.m. The gaming industry may be dealing with casinos closing in Mississippi and New Jersey, but for three-days in Las Vegas the...