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O P E D A , J E L L A
Q U I L A N G , M I C A H
C A B A L E S . S H I N
CHAPTER 11 – The Gaming
Entertainment Industry
What is Gaming Industry?
 Also called Gambling that has become a major force
in the tourism industry.
 It has grown from...
What is Gaming Entertainment
 It refers to one subset of the gaming industry that is
the casino industry.
 It offers gam...
Games and Facilities that Exist on the
Casino Floor
 1. Table Games – these involve wagering or betting
between the casin...
Games and Facilities that Exist on the
Casino Floor
 4. Keno and Bingo – by random number selections.
 5. Race and Sport...
Reasons for Visiting Casinos
 1. The lure of gambling
 2. Recreation / Entertainment
 3. Social
 4. Economic
 5. Curi...
2 Controversial Issues in Gaming Entertainment
 1. The Impact on Organized Crime - organized
crime are more likely to be ...
Career Opportunities
 Hotel Operation – the career opportunities in gaming
entertainment hotel operations are similar to ...
Career Opportunities
 Retail Operation – The increased emphasis on
non-gaming sources of revenue in gaming
entertainment ...
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Chapter 11 – the gaming entertainment industry

  1. 1. O P E D A , J E L L A Q U I L A N G , M I C A H C A B A L E S . S H I N CHAPTER 11 – The Gaming Entertainment Industry
  2. 2. What is Gaming Industry?  Also called Gambling that has become a major force in the tourism industry.  It has grown from a limited acceptance in the financial and public sector in Nevada to a recognized growth industry.  EXAMPLES: Casinos, Card Games, Charitable Games, Lottery-operated Games, Betting on greyhound and Horse Races.
  3. 3. What is Gaming Entertainment  It refers to one subset of the gaming industry that is the casino industry.  It offers games of risk as part of the total package of entertainment and Leisure activities.  Gaming Revenue – is obtained from casino win or the money that guests spend on the casino floor.  Non-gaming Revenue – comes from sources that are not related to betting on the casino floor.
  4. 4. Games and Facilities that Exist on the Casino Floor  1. Table Games – these involve wagering or betting between the casino and customers.  2. Card Games – Casino card games is different from table games in that the casino does not wager against the player but merely offers games in which the players can gamble against each other.  3. Slot Machine or Video Games – Slot Machines feature simulated or actual spinning reels that are activated by the pull of a handle or the push of a button, the video games include video poker, video keno and video bingo.
  5. 5. Games and Facilities that Exist on the Casino Floor  4. Keno and Bingo – by random number selections.  5. Race and Sports Books – Race books feature wagering on horse track betting while sports books feature professional and collegiate sporting events.  6. Casino Rage – The financial customer and accounting for money handled on the casino floor represent integral activities for cage.  7. Surveillance - watch on all gaming activities. Also know as the eye-in-the-sky.  8. Ancillary Department – these are support departments that include restaurant operations, bars, entertainment centers such as lounges and lodging facilities.
  6. 6. Reasons for Visiting Casinos  1. The lure of gambling  2. Recreation / Entertainment  3. Social  4. Economic  5. Curiosity  6. Amenity offerings
  7. 7. 2 Controversial Issues in Gaming Entertainment  1. The Impact on Organized Crime - organized crime are more likely to be by-products of illegal gambling than of well-regulated commercial gambling.  2. Gambling Addiction - or pathological gambling is a chronic and progressive failure to resist impulses to gamble.
  8. 8. Career Opportunities  Hotel Operation – the career opportunities in gaming entertainment hotel operations are similar to the career opportunities in the full-service hotel industry.  Food and Beverages Operation – Gaming entertainment industry has many food and beverage outlets including restaurants, hotel room service, banquets and conventions and retail outlets.  Casino Operation – are divided into five functional areas. (gaming operation staff, casino service staff, marketing staff, human resource staff and finance and administration staff)
  9. 9. Career Opportunities  Retail Operation – The increased emphasis on non-gaming sources of revenue in gaming entertainment business demands an expertise in all aspects of retail operations, from store design and layout to product selection, merchandising and sales control.  Entertainment Operations – there exists career opportunities for those interested in stage and theatre production, lighting and box office management and talent management and booking.

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