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State Of The Gaming Industry
State Of The Gaming Industry

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AIR DATE: October 2, 2012

The gaming industry took quite a hit during the recession, especially here in Las Vegas. But executives say things are starting to look up, as revenues start to slowly increase. In addition, the potential for online gaming and poker to become legal is spreading optimism in the industry. This week, global leaders will be in Las Vegas discussing the state of the industry at the Global Gaming Expo, also known as G-2-E.
 
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Frank Fahrenkopf, G2E, Global Gaming Expo, American Gaming Association, online gambling

 

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    To be perfectly forthright, maybe KNPR should disclose all of Frank Fahrenkopts' credentials including his stint as chairman of the Republican National Committe. Frank: Maybe, you need to talk to Heller about his role or a laok roll in your attempt to pass a gaming bill. YOU should also be able to roll over some Republican votes.
    Will SchroederOct 2, 2012 11:02:22 AM
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