ORIGINAL ARTICLE AT INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY In the gaming world, much emphasis is placed on potential. Facilities often tout numbers of slot machines, table games and average winnings. But ICTMN found 10 Native-owned casinos and resorts that combine state-of-art gaming options with stunning architecture and design, offering guests the best of gaming, and an authentic… Read more »
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FROM CASINO JOURNAL Items tend to grow big on the Great Plaines, whether its corn, wheat or, in the case of Oklahoma, its burgeoning tribal gaming industry.
See full article in Casino Enterprise Management Hot Springs, Ark., is a lakefront resort town with a long and infamous history in the world of gaming. Once a haven for the rich and famous, the secluded town, located just southwest of Little Rock, became known as The Spa City—America’s First Resort, due to the area’s… Read more »
In today’s post recession economy, the advent of next generation consumers, the ‘millennial effect’ and increased market competition are heavily influencing the gaming industry’s bottom line. Every budgetary dollar is scrutinized and many gaming operators are looking for economic and marketing advantages, seeking untapped methods for maximizing returns on their design, construction and operational investments…. Read more »
From the Cover of Global Gaming Business Magazine – read the article in it’s entirety here Seneca Gaming Corp.’s third casino property, in historic downtown Buffalo, was designed with community in mind. The Seneca Nation’s Buffalo Creek Casino showcases tribal culture in an urban industrial setting—and does it all with contemporary flair.
An exciting revitalization is happening in Buffalo’s Inner Harbor. Once an underutilized industrial zone, the district is being reborn thanks to dedicated neighbors like the Seneca Nation. Completed in 2014, the Nation’s new 64,000 square feet, $130 Million (total development cost) Buffalo Creek Casino is now a synergistic contributor to the Inner Harbor’s entertainment offerings and one of downtown Buffalo’s most popular… Read more »
While Las Vegas is famous for one of the nation’s top gambling and party scenes, you don’t have to travel to Sin City to see some of the world’s best casinos. USA Today put together a list of the 10 best casinos located anywhere but Vegas that are also travel destinations in and of themselves…. Read more »
Gaming Industry Forecast – 2015 The design segment of the gaming industry has steadily recovered post-recession. One of the most notable impacts of the recession has been greater accountability relative to making the right market-based, customer-focused investment and design decisions.
From Casino Design – read full article here In Casino Design’s annual Q&A with expert architects, designers, builders and developers, this year the subject is the reuse of older buildings, and what constitutes a successful renovation. We started with this premise: “It’s quite clear that any particular casino design has a shelf life appropriate to… Read more »
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