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Will skill-based slots reach younger casino patrons, scare away bluehairs? - 09-23-2015. Late last week, the Nevada Gaming Commission approved skill-based slot machines and bonus games that include video game additions on slot machines.

Will skill-based slots reach younger casino patrons, scare away bluehairs? - 09-23-2015

This move is lauded by some in the slot machine industry as an “evolution in casino gaming.” Not so fast my friend. Does anyone really care about this besides slot machine manufacturers? The common slot machine player won’t care, the young gambler won’t care and the people in the middle will give and take the idea of skill-based gaming if the game hits a perfect note (they'd probably play this game regardless of skill). It’s almost as though people in the casino business don’t walk through the casino to see who’s actually gambling. According to a study done at Oregon State taken in 2012 and published in 2013, “the most common profile of a slot machine enthusiast was a female homeowner, between the ages of 55 and 60, with at least some college education and an annual household income of more than $55,000.” Bottom Line. Online Slots Canada. Skill-based slot machines inch closer to Nevada casinos. By Kimberly Pierceall, Associated Press Published Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015 | 10:53 a.m.

Skill-based slot machines inch closer to Nevada casinos

Updated Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015 | 12:59 p.m. Arcade-style slot machines that might require skill to win could be in Nevada casinos as early as next year, according to one game maker's estimate now that a single regulatory vote remains. The Nevada Gaming Control Board on Wednesday recommended legal language that would allow slot machines requiring skill to win or a combination of talent and luck. The changes still need approval by the Nevada Gaming Commission before taking effect. If the changes are approved, "the store is open for business, so to speak," said Gamblit Gaming CEO Eric Meyerhofer. Meyerhofer estimated that once the game submission process is approved and technical standards are written, casinos could offer skill-based video gambling by early or mid-2016.

Tribe says it will open W.V. casino to slots despite state opposition - Your West Valley News: Glendale. PHOENIX -- The Tohono O'odham Nation plans to open its Glendale casino in December, no matter what a federal judge decides in its dispute with the state.

Tribe says it will open W.V. casino to slots despite state opposition - Your West Valley News: Glendale

The only question will be exactly what kind of slot machines players will find when the walk through the doors. At a hearing Thursday, attorney Danielle Spinelli told Judge David Campbell that state Gaming Director Daniel Bergin is acting illegally in refusing to issue the necessary permits for a full-blown Class 3 casino including slot machines, blackjack, poker and roulette. She said that goes beyond his authority under both federal law and the terms of the compact approved by voters in 2002 giving tribes the exclusive right to operate casinos.

Spinelli wants Campbell to order Bergin to back off. And she argued that if Bergin is not restrained by the scheduled December opening, the tribe will suffer "irreparable harm,'' including lost revenues. The difference? Not much, according to Andy Asselin, the tribe's chief gaming officer. Zynga buys Rising Tide startup, bringing back one of its former casino game execs. Check out all of our GamesBeat Rewind 2015 end of the year coverage here.

Zynga buys Rising Tide startup, bringing back one of its former casino game execs

Zynga has acquired Rising Tide Games, a free-to-play social-casino-game company started by former Zynga and Playtika executives, GamesBeat has learned. Above: Black Diamond Casino from Rising Tide Games. Image Credit: Rising Tide Games The startup is headed by Maytal Olsha, a former executive at Zynga who left last year, and casino slot game veteran Stuart Zoble. Zynga confirmed the acquisition via an exclusive with GamesBeat. The move shows that Mark Pincus, the Zynga founder who stepped back in to replace CEO Don Mattrick last April, is open to bringing back Zynga executives who left under Mattrick’s tenure.

From VentureBeat Ready to think outside the (ad) box? “We are excited to welcome the deeply talented Rising Tide Games team to Zynga, as we continue to expand our Social Casino game offerings,” said Pincus, in a statement in a blog post. Investors in Rising Tide Games include Raine Ventures and Entrée Capital.