G2E Insider – April 2019 Edition

Industry Insiders: Korbi Carrison

Korbi Carrison, Global Gaming Expo’s event director, looks ahead to G2E 2019 and the newest advancements and additions to the show, which returns to The Sands, October 14-17, 2019 (Education: October 14-17 | Expo Hall: October 15-17) in Las Vegas.

G2E Profiles: Eileen Moore, Caesars Entertainment

Eileen Moore is Regional President of the Flamingo, Harrah’s, LINQ and Cromwell casino resorts on the Las Vegas Strip. Her region has more than 7,000 employees and contributes over $1B in revenues and $365M in EBITDA to the enterprise. Moore has successfully opened over $1.3 billion in new and re-developed entertainment districts and integrated casino resorts. Caesars Entertainment, Inc. is a casino entertainment company with over 40 casinos, 70,000 employees and $8.6 billion in annual revenues. Moore also governs as a member of the company’s Capital Committee.

AGA Corner: An Appetite for Sports Betting

As a member of the gaming community, you are well aware of how consumer demand for legal sports betting is transforming the policy landscape across the country.

Fast Track to Success: G2E 2019 Education Tracks are Posted

Believe it or not, spring has sprung and we’re officially only 6 months out until Global Gaming Expo (G2E) 2019, taking place October 14-17, 2019 at the Sands Expo Las Vegas. With such a successful show in 2018, we aim to deliver the same high-quality professional experience this year, which is made possible in large part to the invaluable education sessions available to attendees.

The Dating Game: How Sport and Betting Learned to Live Together

There was a time when sports betting and the major leagues sat on the opposite side of a courtroom. But from ‘never the twain shall meet’ they now sit side-by-side in the newly legalized US sports wagering landscape.

The Backlash against the Betting Industry in the UK

Despite having very progressive gambling laws, there is now a backlash in the UK against the gambling industry, mainly because of its terrible public perception.

While sports betting is a relatively new phenomenon to the majority of states (notwithstanding the long standing Vegas operations of course), in Europe it has been much more established and a regular aspect of everyday life.