Posts Tagged ‘casino yielding’

Look for Casino Revenue-Driving Tools at G2E

by Jason Q. Freed, Managing Editor |

When you arrive on the Las Vegas Sands show floor for Global Gaming Expo next month, expect the newest bright and shiny slot machines, with this year’s focus on novel social games catered to millennials. Among the shiny new toys and head-turning booths, you’ll see a smattering of mostly understated suppliers dedicated to back-of-house technology. Ironically, it’s the least sexy tools that have the potential to make or break the success of your business.

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More Competition Coming to the Las Vegas Strip

by Jason Q. Freed, Managing Editor |

With little development over the past half-decade in Las Vegas, particularly on the Strip, area casinos and hotels have been able to capitalize on a rather imbalanced supply-demand equation. Resorts on the Strip benefitted from strong demand in a time of little new supply, pushing Revenue Per Available Room from $108 in 2008 to $148 in 2011, according to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.

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