I’m excited to welcome you to the new Changing Vegas “Millennials and Gaming Blog”.
My goal is for this blog to be a “one stop shop” for Vegas news and entertainment, from my eyes, as well as the eyes of Changing Vegas staff and partners. Be on the lookout for regular updates, and feel free to comment on articles and posts for suggested content and conversation.
See you online, on the tables, and in our game development studio.
Dave Thompson (aka The Las Vegas Son) – CEO of Changing Vegas
Here is the type of content that we’ll include on our Millennial Gaming Blog:
This is where I’ll be posting blurbs about up and coming content and various projects that are on the way. I’ll also be posting a weekly article about our Changing Vegas YouTube channel, so you can read about the topics for that week if you prefer instead. It’s all about options, baby!
Chronicles of a Vegas Entrepreneur:
What does it take to launch your own business from scratch in Las Vegas? What kinds of crazy situations do you get in living in this town? There’s going to be a lot of business articles and info on this site, but it’s important to me not to be just another talking head on some random site. This is where I’ll be sharing all of my Vegas stories, strange happenings, and random anecdotes that I’ve been through and will go through now that I’m launching Changing Vegas.
Changing Vegas Gaming:
A big part of keeping the gaming industry alive is helping both the dealers, players, and casino owners adapt to the business as it changes. Here, we’ll be posting gaming advice/strategy; observations on the current business state of Vegas gaming; and information regarding the new games we’re developing and our SuperDealer courses. Let’s talk about the ins and outs of the business here, then go out and make these thoughts and ideas a reality.
When we come across a “tweet worthy” story regarding Vegas gaming, I’ll re-post them here as well. I also want to create a list of casinos and special events that are hiring for dealing positions that I will update, so newcomers (and those already in the industry) don’t have to scour the internet looking for positions on 10 different company sites.