Blackjack is the most popular table game in casinos. There might be more money spent playing other games but there are more blackjack games than any other. Gaming manufacturers are always looking to capture the love of blackjack with different variations of the game. Some variations of blackjack like Blackjack Switch stick around but others …
Gambling isn’t the revenue driver for casinos that it used to be. However, it’s still a part of the Vegas experience for many visitors. People on vacation in Las Vegas tend to be recreational gamblers who just want to enjoy the ups and downs of the game with hopes of winning a few bucks while hanging …
And then there was one. The beloved Sigma Derby game is now in only one US casino after removed their installation from the casino floor. Now, the single remaining Sigma Derby game is at The D , the Las Vegas, Nevada, hotel located along downtown’s Fremont Street.
CG Technology is still in business after the Nevada Gaming Commission accepted their settlement offer of $2 million. The payment will cover their most recent violations committed in 2016 and 2017. The sportsbook operator self-reported the violations earlier this year. The new settlement offer was presented on November 8 and quickly accepted.
And then there was one. The beloved Sigma Derby game is now in only one US casino after removed their installation from the casino floor. Now, the only remaining Sigma Derby game is at The D Las Vegas, Nevada hotel on Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas.
The college basketball season tipped off this week with more than 100 teams in action across the country. Before the season started most bettors were focused on getting down futures wagers for the team that will win the NCAA basketball championship in 2019. Now that there’s game action, the focus on betting is changing.
Numbers weren’t the only thing discussed in Caesars Entertainment’s Q3 earnings call. The casino giant also talked sports betting expansion plans.
Roll to Win Craps from Aruze Gaming was the talk of the Global Gaming Expo (G2E) this year. The new semi-automated craps game that replaces felt with a table-length LED display caused quite a stir. The concept of a semi-automated craps game isn’t entirely new.
Derek Stevens recently announced that he’s submitted paperwork with the Nevada Gaming Control Board to start taking sports bets at The D, Golden Gate, and his soon to be built 18 Fremont casinos. William Hill currently operates The D sportsbook while the Golden Gate offers guests a William Hill kiosk.
Last year, the Golden Gate Casino in downtown Las Vegas expanded and virtually doubled the size of its casino in less than a week. The casino will expand once again when its new sportsbook opens, likely before summer.