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Rumours of possible Caesars and MGM merger simmer

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With the departure of Caesars Entertainment CEO Mark Frissora, rumours have emerged suggesting MGM Resorts is considering putting together a merger proposal. There has been media speculation that MGM Resorts International is looking at the possibility of a merger with Caesars Entertainment. While no offer has yet been made, according to a report in the New York Post, MGM has hired...

Crossing the Rubicon: What’s Next for Caesars?

Sixteen years, in gaming industry terms, could almost qualify as ancient history, but with Galaxy Entertainment boss, Francis Lui Yiu Tung, raising the possibility of borderless travel between Macau and Hengqin and thus the potential for further growth in the Macau market, how will odd-man-out Caesars Entertainment redefine itself asks Casino Review. Caesars Entertainment’s newly minted CEO Mark Frissora focused...

The games are done and Caesar is returning

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Caesars Entertainment saw a small rise in its net revenue, as the company continues to pursue its “cornerstone initiatives” including room refurbishments and express check-ins. Caesars Entertainment announced a 1.4 percent growth in revenue year on year, with the figure rising to $963m for the first quarter of 2017. The company attributed this growth to improved hotel performance, particularly in...

Caesars has “full confidence” in Japan IR expansion

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In the run-up to the second edition of the Japan Gaming Congress at Tokyo’s Grand Hyatt this May, and with an expected six months before the first licences are issued, Mark Frissora, CEO of Caesars Entertainment, explains why the company is ideally placed to develop an IR in the region.   “This launch of integrated resorts in Japan offers a highly...

Japan Gaming Congress approaches capacity as delegates head to Tokyo

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The Japan Gaming Congress (JgC) which is being held across 10-11 May at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Tokyo, is close to capacity with over 420 delegates now registered for the event. JgC will feature thought leaders including, Mark Frissora, CEO, Caesars Entertainment; John Raczka, Former Vice President Entertainment Development & Operations, Melco Crown Entertainment; Masayo Watanabe, Senior Manager Sub-Leader for the Integrated Resort Support Office, Ernst & Young Japan; Masahiro...

Caesars first major US operator to debut skill-based slots

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By way of a new agreement with interactive terminal developer Gamblit Gaming, Caesars Entertainment says it will be the first US operator to offer players a skill-based gaming experience next month.   Caesars Entertainment is set to be the first major US operator to institute skill-based gaming stations, after the company announced it had signed a new supply agreement with Los...