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www.casinointernational-online.com CONTENTS 4 NEWS


10 STATESIDE Sharon Harris brings us the latest developments from North America


12 LATINO AMERICA Ricki Chavez-Munoz scours Latino America for the hottest news and stories


20 MACAU BUSINESS We share the best content for you from Asia’s fi nest business magazine


26 GAMING FOR AFRICA Roy Bannister’s great magazine brings the hot news from this rapidly-emerging gaming hotspot


28 EU BYTES A look at potential outcomes and impacts from the US election race


30 UK LEGAL Northridge Law’s Melanie Ellis looks over the UK Gambling Commission’s consultation exercise on enhanced customer interaction requirements


32 COVER STORY – CPI Crane Payment Innovations discusses future of cashless payment in gaming


34 BUSINESS INTERRUPTION INSURANCE Insurance lawyer Catrin Povey looks at issues the industry may be having with business interruption insurance


Editor’s comment


Gaming is looking pretty decent in some markets, even those still facing COVID-related restrictions – not in the UK though, as we endure a further lockdown. Many countries are seeing the numbers spiking dramatically to say the least, and are reacting accordingly.


It would be remiss of me to write this column without comment on the recent US election, so here it is – they had an election, a winner was announced, the incumbent didn’t like it. The world kept on turning regardless, and we all went about our day.


What else has happened? The brightest point of all gaming-wise was the Circa opening up in Downtown Las Vegas. The place looks stunning, even the actual photographs look like a rendering. What a building – it’s surely among Steelman Partners’ very fi nest casino work. I genuinely cannot wait to see it for myself, though the way the world seems to be going I may have to swim to the US then walk across to Vegas.


Enough from me. Enjoy the issue.,


Jon Bruford Managing Editor, Casino International +441584 877177 jonbruford@yahoo.co.uk @RunJontyRun @CasinoInt


38 SKILL GAMING SHOWCASE Synergy Blue, GameCo, and IGT show you the latest in skill gaming to illuminate your casino fl oor


47 GAMING INTERNATIONAL ONLINE News, products showcase, and Pariplay. The latest from the world of iGaming in one place


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