End Of An Era: World Series of Poker Will Have A New Home In 2022

End Of An Era: World Series of Poker Will Have A New Home In 2022

After a 35-year run at Binion’s Horseshoe, the World Series of Poker called the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino home since 2005. The storied poker tournament will have a new home in 2022. Actually, it will have two new homes, as Caesars Entertainment announced the 2022 series would take place at two of its Strip…

US Casinos Setting Revenue Records While Visitation Numbers Drop

US Casinos Setting Revenue Records While Visitation Numbers Drop

The American Gaming Association (AGA) offers a glimpse into the commercial casino industry’s current trends and overall landscape via its Commercial Gaming Revenue Tracker. The AGA highlighted an interesting juxtaposition in the latest report, noting the industry is setting revenue records despite declining visitation numbers.

COVID Concerns Didn’t Thwart The 2021 World Series Of Poker

COVID Concerns Didn’t Thwart The 2021 World Series Of Poker

The World Series of Poker is back. After canceling the 2020 series, the event returned to the Rio in 2021, albeit not in the summer when the series usually takes place. And even though attendance was down, the series didn’t turn into a ghost town. On a very positive note, Main Event attendance (following the…

Is Online Gambling Having An Impact On Land-Based Casinos?

Is Online Gambling Having An Impact On Land-Based Casinos?

Over the last five years, US residents have seen a steady stream of new legal online gambling options. The current increase in gambling options rivals the casino boom of the early and mid-1990s. From 1978 to that time, customers had two choices, Atlantic City or Las Vegas. By 1993 the number of states with legal…