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Wire NORTH AMERICA Resorts World Las Vegas gets Green Light


Nevada - Caesars trials Jackpot Express Everi Holdings has signed an agreement with Caesars Entertainment to begin a Nevada field trial for Jackpot Xpress, Everi’s jackpot management system, under guidelines issued by the Nevada Gaming Control Board. The trial will take place at the iconic Las Vegas Strip centerpiece, Caesars Palace.


Upon final approval by the Nevada Gaming Control Board, Caesars will have the option to install Jackpot Xpress at all its Nevada properties. Caesars will also have the option to install Jackpot Xpress at all its owned and managed locations, pending further jurisdictional approvals.


Jackpot Xpress is an intuitive jackpot and tax forms management solution that enables casino staff to securely and efficiently process slot jackpots using a mobile device right at the winning gaming machine. Jackpot Xpress combines mobile productivity, secure payment, tax forms management, and anti-money laundering tracking into a single solution. Everi’s proprietary technology provides increased convenience for the player and improved efficiency for casino staff, all while eliminating paper, shrinking cage lines, and reducing player wait times.


Caesars Palace will also be the first casino to utilise Everi’s proprietary electronic tax form delivery system. This system allows tax forms, such as W2-G forms, to be securely retrieved by the player, further enhancing the guest experience.


Canada - Greentube partners with BCLC Greentube has launched into Canada for the first time through a partnership deal with Scientific Games and the British Columbia Lottery Corporation (BCLC).


Greentube titles including Book of Ra deluxe, Lucky Lady’s Charm deluxe, Sizzling Hot deluxe and the Diamond Link series are now available to BCLC’s PlayNow.com players, following a successful integration with Scientific Games’ OpenGaming System (OGS). Further titles will be added soon for PlayNow.com online casino players across British Columbia and Manitoba to enjoy, thanks to a deal that represents the first Canadian province launch for Greentube.


Michael Bauer, CFO/CGO of Greentube, said: “The launch in Canada with BCLC is very important for us as BCLC is the first operator to launch our content in the market. This is a significant step in the delivery of Greentube’s wider North American market strategy. It is also a clear commitment to the regulated market in Canada as we are supplying to fully licensed operators only. We bring a broad range of exciting new content specifically developed for the North American players, as well as our premium legacy content, which we believe will add real value to BCLC’s current proposition. We are looking forward to this long-term partnership. ”


P20 WIRE / PULSE / INSIGHT / REPORTS


Genting Malaysia has been granted regulatory approval from the Nevada Gaming Commission to open the $4.3bn Resorts World Las Vegas on June 24 becoming the first new resort to open in more than a decade on the Las Vegas Strip.


Green lit by the Neveada Gaming Commission, Resorts World Las Vegas is situated at the north end of the Las Vegas Strip, located across from the 1.4 million sq.ft Las Vegas Convention Center Expansion, as well as the two million sq.ft, 250-store Fashion Show Mall.


Te sweeping red-coloured 59-storey Resorts World will integrate three of Hilton’s premium brands into its resort campus. Te development will include Las Vegas Hilton, the resort’s full- service brand; Conrad Las Vegas, Hilton’s contemporary luxury brand; and Crockfords Las Vegas, one of the first hotels to debut in the US from LXR, Hilton's collection of bespoke, independent luxury properties.


Te next-generation 117,000sq.ft casino will launch complete with a 17,000sq.ft Entertainment Zone, which includes a race and sports book, features live entertainment and high-limit gaming areas. A 5,000-capacity state-of-the-art theatre will be scalable to host


Arizona


Te Arizona Department of Gaming (ADG) has begun drafting rules for new forms of gaming in Arizona following Governor Doug Ducey’s signing of historic legislation and an amended Tribal-State Gaming Compacts (Compacts). Tese actions pave the way for modernised gaming in Arizona and will soon generate millions of dollars in new revenue for essential public services. Last month, Governor Doug Ducey signed House Bill 2772 and the amended Compacts, legalising fantasy sports contests and event wagering in the State of Arizona. Tis comprehensive legislation directs the ADG to adopt rules and act as the primary regulator and enforcement body for fantasy sports contests and event wagering. Additionally, this legislation requires fantasy sports contests and event wagering providers to furnish help for those who may have a problem with gambling.


A-list residencies and corporate events. Te outside of the building will boast a 100,000sq.ft West Tower LED screen (one of the largest LED building displays in the world). A 19,000sq.ft East Tower LED screen and 50ft diameter video globe will display over 6,000sq.ft of LED content.


Te property will open dozens of retail shops and stores, more than 40 restaurants and lounges including a ‘street eat’ area, multiple spas, and swimming pools, and 300,000sq.ft (27,871sq.ms) of second-floor meeting and banquet space.


Celine Dion, Carrie Underwood, Katy Perry, and Luke Bryan have been announced as headliners beginning in November at the property’s 5,000- seat theater, managed by AEG Presents.


Singapore-based Zouk Group will feature DJs including Zedd and Tiësto at the 2,000-capacity Zouk Nightclub and the outdoor AYU Dayclub.


New Jersey NJ association rejects continuance of smoking ban


Te Casino Association of New Jersey, an association providing a voice for Atlantic City’s nine gambling resorts, has warned that keeping the current smoking ban in place in the post-pandemic era would push some customers to neighboring Pennsylvania. Te state is set to lift the 14 month-long casino smoking ban, along with indoor mask wearing and capacity restrictions in June.


Te Casino Association warned: “A smoking ban would have a significant adverse effect on Atlantic City, resulting in a decline in customers which would cause job loss, and ultimately a decline in tax revenue that benefits the state and local economy, as well as New Jersey seniors and persons with disabilities."


Americans for Nonsmokers’ Rights said: “With Covid-19, it’s time to finally end indoor smoking in hospitality gaming workplaces. Indoor smoking is an urgent


respiratory health hazard that can be easily addressed by shifting smoking to outdoor areas and away from staff.”


But Senate President Steve Sweeney seemed to agree with the casino association. “It’s an industry that’s struggling quite a bit,” he told Bloomberg. “Te argument before was that you’re going to chase away a percentage of their business, and nobody’s been able to disburse that thought process.”


MGM Resorts, operator of Borgata in New Jersey, runs no-smoking casinos in Massachusetts, New York and Las Vegas with its remodeled MGM Park in Las Vegas relaunching as the first smoke-free casino on the Strip.


“It’s important for guests and visitors to have a variety of choices on the Strip, and Park MGM’s smoke-free environment reflects that,” the company said.


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