Industry News of the Day for October 12, 2022

iDEA Growth Member News

  • Alex Weldon for Light & Wonder to Launch Multi-Site Progressive Jackpots in New Jersey
    • Light & Wonder (L&W) announced its new line of progressive jackpot products today at the Global Gaming Expo.  Jackpot Festival, as it’s called, will start with the popular 88 Fortunes in January 2023 at NJ online casinos. L&W says it will add more Jackpot Festival games shortly after that, following the same Asian culture theme as 88 Fortunes.

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  • Derek Helling for Is Misinformation Plaguing California Sports Betting Propositions?
    • Even reputable sources with the best of intentions can spread misinformation, as evidenced by several publications covering the upcoming California sports betting votes. A new poll of likely voters in the state shows how being informed about Prop 26 and Prop 27 influences how those people plan to vote on the measures on Nov. 8. Unfortunately, an article presenting the poll’s results contains some inaccurate material.


  • for Detroit’s Three Casinos Complete A Rough Third Quarter
    • Revenue at Detroit’s three casinos took a downturn in September. Total aggregate revenue totaled $103.4 million, with table and slot games accounting for $100.8 million of that number. The table and slot revenue was off 3.5% from August, and down 5.7% when compared to last September.

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  • Tyler Andrews for Ohio Casino Revenues Hold Steady, Racinos Dip Slightly In September
    • Ohio casino and racino revenues stayed relatively level in September even as football season heated up. The monthly totals for Ohio casinos and racinos came in at $188.6 million. That’s down 3.8% from August’s $195.9 million but up 1.7% on September 2021’s $185.4 million.