SOURCE: Spectrum Gaming Group
NEW YORK, NY–(Marketwire – December 9, 2010) – The Fifth Edition of the U.S./Southeast Asia Gaming Atlas is being released this week by veteran casino analyst Lawrence Klatzkin and Spectrum Gaming Group. The atlas has been in constant demand since its debut in 1998. While it still serves the needs of investors, it is also valued by operators, suppliers, attorneys, regulators and other industry-related professionals. The Fifth Edition, unlike its predecessors, is available in a convenient PDF format.
The atlas is available for purchase online for $125 (http://eventcallregistration.com/reg/index.jsp?cid=100t11), and is available as a premium gift to new and renewing subscribers to Michael Pollock’s Gaming Industry Observer, an award-winning publication now entering its 16th year. GIO is the flagship publication of Spectrum Gaming Group.
In the introduction to the Fifth Edition, Klatzkin writes: “The key to success in the gaming industry is location. With the proliferation of gaming throughout the United States, it is difficult for investors to visit many of the markets where gaming is permitted, thus putting them at a disadvantage because they lack sufficient information about relative locations within each market.”
Klatzkin, long regarded as the dean of gaming analysts, is President of Klatzkin Advisors LLC and is Managing Director at Chapdelaine Credit Partners, a Division of Chapdelaine & Co.
“Gaming Industry Observer will be rolling out a number of initiatives in 2011,” said Editor Dave Berns, a veteran journalist based in Las Vegas. “In addition to the Gaming Atlas, our subscribers will enjoy a growing host of benefits. Our GIO2 service is being enhanced, with more data and more reports. And we will soon unveil GIO3, which will provide analysts and others with highly robust web-based data and reports that can help them make better, quicker and more-informed decisions.”
Klatzkin Advisors, LLC
Klatzkin Advisors was formed in 2009 as a consulting firm advising the gaming industry. The Company depends extensively on Lawrence Klatzkin’s storied career in servicing the gaming industry, and his considerable experience and extensive network of gaming contacts. Mr. Klatzkin has more than 28 years of equity and high-yield research experience having worked at firms such as DLJ, Solomon Brother and Jefferies and currently as a managing director at Chapdelaine Credit Partners, a Division of Chapdelaine & Co (CCP) where he is the senior gaming analyst as well as head of its gaming advisory business.
About Spectrum Gaming Group (www.spectrumgaming.com)
Spectrum Gaming Group is an independent research and professional services firm that provides economic and feasibility studies, impact analyses, regulatory services, Internet gambling services and public-policy analysis, customer-service audits, and operational assistance for private- and public-sector clients on five continents. Its recent client list includes government agencies in Singapore, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Delaware, West Virginia and Maine. Spectrum has been analyzing Internet gaming policies for more than a decade, and has chaired Internet gaming conferences in Europe and Canada.