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Konami Gaming Division Revenue Gaining Ground

Konami Holdings reported a 0.9% decline in revenue for the six month period of April to September 2019, despite a strong performance from its gaming and systems division.

Cashless Gaming and Artificial Intelligence Will Reshape Casinos

Cashless gaming, artificial intelligence, and facial recognition technology will reshape casinos, but regulation will remain a key hurdle for years to come, said a panel of experts in Las Vegas last week.

MGM Asset Sales “Dry Powder” for Japan Bid

MGM Resorts’ accord to divest two major assets will raise US$4.3 billion in net proceeds and potentially raise funds for a development in Japan, according to analysts at Bernstein Research.

California Indians Select Konami’s Casino Management System

The Morongo Band of Mission Indians, owners and operators of the Morongo Casino Resort & Spa near Palm Springs, California, have selected Konami Gaming’s Synkros casino management system for all of their expanding casino operations.

JCM Global to Use Facial Recognition Tech to Enhance Casino Security

JCM Global, an Osaka-based firm which supplies cash transaction technologies to the gaming industry, has announced a partnership with Las Vegas-based eConnect to utilize facial recognition technology to enhance casino security.

JCM Global Gains a Technology Partner and a New Casino Client

JCM Global, an Osaka-based firm which supplies cash transaction technologies to the gaming industry, has made two announcements in recent days, one regarding a new technology partnership with a German firm, and the other regarding the provision of products to a soon-to-open casino in California.

Wynn Resorts Hit by Second Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

Wynn Resorts has received a second lawsuit, this time from nine female employees, over the way it handled sexual harassment allegations against former Chairman and CEO Steve Wynn.

MGM Reaches Settlement for 2017 Mass Shooting in Las Vegas

MGM Resorts on Thursday agreed to pay up to US$800 million to victims of the 2017 mass shooting outside its Mandalay Bay Casino & Resort in Las Vegas.

Konami’s Casino Management System Selected by Two More US Casinos

Konami Gaming has announced that two more US casinos have selected its Synkros casino management system, following a similar announcement earlier this month.

Konami’s Casino Management System Selected by Northern Michigan Indians

Konami Gaming has announced that its Synkros casino management system has been selected by Grand Traverse Resort & Casinos, owned and operated by the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians in Northern Michigan.

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Hokkaido Attracted Record Number of Tourists in FY2017

New figures show that Hokkaido attracted a record number of tourists in FY2017—56.1 million people—which was a 3% advance over the previous fiscal year.

Aichi Governor Omura Urged to Run for Reelection

A delegation of local mayors has asked Aichi Governor Hideaki Omura to run for reelection when his second term ends next February, a race that will have implications for the potential IR bids of both Tokoname city and Nagoya city.

City of Dreams Manila Opens VR Gaming Facility

Melco Resorts & Entertainment has opened Southeast Asia’s first Bandai Namco Virtual Reality gaming facility at its City of Dreams Manila IR in the Philippines.

Naruto City Wins Legal Case over Boat Race Payments

On Tuesday, the Naruto municipal authorities won a legal case that had been brought against them by local residents who were upset at payments made regarding boat race facilities to the nearby fishing cooperative.

Rush Street Japan Focuses on Tomakomai

In early October, Rush Street Gaming’s Japan branch was quietly established, with the Chicago-based firm currently looking at Tomakomai, Hokkaido, as the main direction for its IR license campaign.