Historical Horse Racing Examined
January 8, 2019
The phenomenon known as historical horse racing is proliferating in the United States, with the slot-like machines operating in Wyoming, Kentucky and soon Virginia, while proposed in others including Illinois.
Fantini Research outlines this subject in Historical Horse Racing, Examining the Potential of an Emerging Sector of the Gaming Industry, a special report.
This report by Public Policy Editor Laura Briggs describes the games, also called instant racing, and addresses the questions of how the games perform compared to conventional slot machines, where they are already legal and likely to become legal and whether the games are a stop-gap in markets without casinos or an important part of the future of the gaming and horse racing industries.
The $500 report can be purchased by contacting Alex Capitle at 302-730-3793 or ACapitle@FantiniResearch.com.
Additional information about historical horse racing is available from Laura Briggs at LBriggs@FantiniResearch.com.
About Fantini Research: Fantini Research publishes newsletters and provides research services to C-level executives, institutional investors and legal and regulatory professionals in the global gaming industry. The flagship product is the daily Fantini’s Gaming Report, the industry’s standard source of comprehensive and timely news and analysis.
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• Fantini’s Public Policy Review covering legislative, legal and regulatory developments in the gaming industry. Includes access to Fantini’s Legislative Tracking Service, enabling subscribers to track gaming legislation in all 50 states and Congress.
- The monthly Fantini’s National Revenue Report.
- The EILERS-FANTINI Quarterly Slot Survey, and the monthly EILERS-FANTINI
Game Performance Report, both in partnership with Eilers & Krejcik Gaming.
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