Kit Szybala, Partner and Executive Director of Operations at GMA has been appointed to the 2018-2019 Class of the Emerging Leaders of Gaming (ELG) 40 Under 40. The program, presented in conjunction with Global Gaming Business magazine, recognizes gaming industry professionals under the age of 40 who are making significant impacts on the casino gaming […]
Goa’s offshore casinos, which currently float in the Mandovi River, are waiting for the government to finalize legislation that will force them to shift onshore, which may prove a game changer for the industry in India. Industry experts say the move will allow the casinos to develop IRs for the first time, widening the appeal of gaming and raising the quality of the product offering.
Lawmakers in the Indian state of Maharashtra are considering moves to legalize casino gambling, while the Supreme Court has handed the decision on whether to allow sports betting over to politicians. Both moves are being followed closely by the industry, which views India as a potential sleeping giant in Asian gaming. With its 1 billion-plus population and rapidly expanding middle class, the market is seen as having huge potential.