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The American Gaming Association, a trade body representing the interests of major US gambling corporates, announced Thursday that Jan Jones, senior vice president of communications and government relations for Caesars Entertainment Corp. of Las Vegas, will receive the AGA 2011 lifetime achievement award for gaming communications. The former Las Vegas mayor will be honoured October …
The American Gaming Association (AGA) has announced the launch of a new programme titled Global Gaming Women (GGW) created to “nurture emerging female leaders in the international gaming industry”. The initiative to be co-chaired by Virginia McDowell, president and ceo of Isle of Capri Casinos and Patti Hart, ceo of International Game Technology will be …
The American Gaming Association spent $641,621.09 lobbying the federal government in Q2-2011 on issues such as Internet gambling and online poker, a recent Congressional disclosure report shows. The amount is $281,015.61 more than what the trade association for US land casino operators spent in last year’s second quarter and is $66,632.92 more than it spent …
Frank Fahrenkopf, president and CEO of the American Gaming Association (AGA), the national trade association for the commercial casino industry in the U.S., delivered his keynote address at the Gaming Executive Summit in Madrid this week. Fahrenkopf revealed in his address that the AGA does not support Joe Barton’s proposal and intends launching its own …
Following his very positive op-ed article on internet gambling legalisation in The Hill recently the chief executive of the American Gaming Association, Frank Fahrenkopf, joined other land gambling chiefs in a press conference in Washington DC Tuesday.
Sportsbook technology provider Offsidegaming has announced an agreement with Latin American marketing partner, Tristar International, to launch a number of sportsbetting, casino and poker sites across the Latin American region.
The American Gaming Association, a trade body that represents the interests of most of the major land gambling providers in the United States, has announced a key appointment to its government affairs team.
CAIGAMES has announced that it has signed an exclusive deal with the Daily Express, a leading UK newspaper with a circulation of 720,000 readers, for the operation of a white label online casino.
The respected industry publication Las Vegas Review Journal reported Friday that the American Gaming Association, a trade body comprised of most of America’s top terrestrial gambling giants, is backing the re-election of Democrat and veteran Nevada politician Harry Reid in the November mid-terms.
Two more Microgaming licensees have notified affiliates that they will be switching US players to an independent software platform servicing the US market.
The impact of the US recession on gamblers has been noted by the American Gaming Association, which reported this week that revenue from casino gambling fell 5.5 percent overall in 2009, with the take falling $1.8 billion from the $32.5 billion of revenue in 2008.
The Latin American online gambling operator Vision Media has become the first company in the region to order a white label sports book from OddsMatrix.
The CardPlayer magazine interview with Frank Fahrenkopf, chief executive of the American Gaming Association, has been followed by a position statement from the trade association, which represents major land gambling operators.
The American Gaming Association, a trade association that represents the interests of the main land gambling firms in the United States, spent $345 000 in the fourth quarter 2009 to lobby on issues such as online gambling and health care reform, according to a recent mandatory disclosure report.
Casting the shadow of pessimism over the prospect of US legalisation as the week ended was an article in the Las Vegas Sun, which reported on a survey of 17 Internet gambling experts carried out by the American Gaming Association, which itself is maintaining a neutral stance on the issue.
When Frank Fahrenkopf, chief of the American Gaming Association, speaks at the annual Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas, both the online and land branches of the gambling industry look for indicators on the health of the business and the direction it is taking.
Beneficial Holdings Inc., a Nicaraguan-based gaming company that has pushed out an extraordinary number of press releases on its land activities this year, has announced progress in finding a white label online casino provider, narrowing its search down to two companies.
The blog at Reason.com provided some interesting reading on the impact of U.S. online gambling legalisation this week, airing some previously unpublished views by gambling law expert Prof. I. Nelson Rose, whom it quoted as saying: “…the federal government will end up doing nothing, except for a little unnecessary duplication of effort to make it …
The American Gaming Association, a trade association representing the interests of US land gambling operators, has confirmed news reports of tough times for the industry by releasing annual statistics showing a decline in gambling revenues of $ 1.6 billion to $ 32.5 billion in full year 2008.
The Bellevue, Washington-based customer service technology provider nGenera has announced the completion of an agreement with online gambling group Betsson Malta Limited that doubles the gambling company’s capacity to handle customer queries without increasing staff.