Richard N. Velotta Article Archive

Richard N. Velotta has contributed 12 articles published on the iGaming News site.
Nevada AG charges online poker operator who used Bitcoin (28 April 2015)
Attorney General Adam Laxalt has scheduled a news conference today to give details of a case against Bryan Micon and his Bitcoin-fueled Seals with Clubs poker site, which was shut down Feb. 11.
Two casino companies report improved first-quarter results (27 April 2015)
Two casino companies with Nevada ties had improved first-quarter results, including Las Vegas-based Pinnacle Entertainment which reported record net revenue.
CEO for newly minted IGT rings opening bell on Street (8 April 2015)
Now, the Italian company whose corporate headquarters is in London and has operations in Rome, Las Vegas and Providence, R.I., is the leading end-to-end global gaming company operating on multiple platforms.
In historic vote, LVCVA approves purchase of Riviera (23 February 2015)
Board members unanimously agreed to spend up to $191 million, $182.5 million for the 23-story hotel and its surrounding amenities and $8.5 million to cover related acquisition costs.
G2E to ring up $22.3 million in nongaming economic impact (30 September 2014)
Sponsored by the American Gaming Association and produced by Reed Exhibitions, the 14th annual Global Gaming Expo is expected to attract 27,000 attendees.
Technology Promises Gambling As You Like It (11 January 2006)
Someday gamblers will be able to stride up to a slot machine, insert their slot club cards and be offered a list of their favorite games at the exact denominations they like to play.
Server-Based Casino Games on Horizon (27 December 2005)
Some day gamblers will be able to stride up to a slot machine, insert their slot club cards and be offered a list of their favorite games at the exact denominations they like to play.
Companies not Fearful of Product Knock-offs (16 September 2005)
Chief executives of three gaming equipment manufacturers say they aren't worried that their products will be copied or reverse engineered when they're introduced in Asian venues.
ATM Device will Spit Out Tickets Instead of Cash (29 August 2005)
A Las Vegas company that has cash access machines on the floors of more than 900 casinos is preparing to roll out devices that will print ticket in-ticket out coupons that can be used in slot machines.
Analysts: IGT Poised to Expand with Acquisition (27 July 2005)
International Game Technology will get a new foothold in online gaming without risking its licenses, analysts said today about the Reno company's $90 million acquisition of WagerWorks Inc.
AGA VP: Casino Industry Remains Strong (7 December 2004)
IGT Consolidating into One Building (31 August 2004)