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  • adj. Not directly related to gambling

Etymologies

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non- +‎ gaming

Examples

  • The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority estimates the 2011 CES will bring about $118 million in nongaming revenue to the city, much of it attributable to spending on lodging.

    Electronics Show Revives Las Vegas Glow

  • Nonetheless, the company said growth in its nongaming business was strong, lifted by higher visitor numbers to its Universal Studios theme park.

    Genting Singapore's Net Profit Falls 39%

  • Microsoft already offers a suite of nongaming content on the Xbox, including sports and movies.

    Microsoft, Hulu Tap Paid Options

  • As games of chance lose their taboo, casinos are forced to compete with shows, restaurants, and other lures for recreational cash (which helps explain why about 60 percent of Las Vegas's revenue now comes from nongaming activity).

    Why Gambling Has Gone Bust In New Jersey

  • "I don't know why the government would punish companies that are building projects that will attract the mass market and therefore have the potential to boost nongaming revenue," he said The Macau government said Thursday it had no further comment on Mr. Tam's speech.

    Macau to Slow Casino Growth, Cap Number of Tables

  • "The only thing China doesn't have is gambling," said Mr. So, explaining the company's success in capturing market share despite very limited investment in nongaming facilities.

    SJM Covets Sands's Land

  • Mr. Fok's role in sports and cultural activities in Hong Kong will also be "very beneficial" to SJM as it looks to develop some "necessary" nongaming facilities for its Cotai project, said Mr. So.

    SJM Covets Sands's Land

  • Mr. Klatzkin noted that in 1991 gambling accounted for 58% of revenue in Las Vegas, while nongaming activities didn't make much money.

    Regional Casinos Faring

  • It's a huge event, $20 million to $80 million impact in Las Vegas, by the way, the largest nongaming revenue event there. and I learned how to ride a bull.

    CNN Transcript Dec 20, 2009

  • In terms of hard dollars, the average gaming household income ($79,000) is notably higher than that of nongaming households ($54,000), but the value of the gamer as a marketing target can be seen in a variety of ways

    Stephen's Lighthouse: The Gamer Stereotype is Wrong

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