Unparalleled Expertise

Ivory Gaming works with our partners to develop and manage their facilities. We maximize revenue, build the consumer base, increase operational efficacy, and generate more attention than ever before.

Whether establishing a new property or overhauling an existing facility, we work alongside our partners to develop and manage their facilities and direct all operations—day in, day out.

We see projects through, from inception to completion, including site selection, planning and construction, game-floor design, and food and beverage operations. With our knowledge of earned, social, and paid media, Ivory Gaming develops and executes cutting-edge marketing campaigns that ensure an immediate and high impact.

Our Services

  • Operations Management
  • Site Selection
  • Design & Construction
  • Gaming Floor Design
  • Food & Beverage Operations
  • Public Relations
  • Traditional & Digital Media
  • Marketing Strategy, Planning & Execution
  • Project Approvals
  • Legislative Initiatives
  • Amenities Planning
  • Financing
  • Governmental & Regulatory Compliance
Our leadership team has four decades of combined experience in both the gaming and political sectors.
Our Team

“A casino that opened a year ago at the fading Aqueduct horse racing track in Queens has emerged as the country’s highest-grossing slot parlor, helping to reshape the gambling landscape in the Northeast as patrons chose less opulent, more local casinos instead of traditional gambling meccas in Atlantic City and Connecticut.” nyt October 23, 2012

Our Experience

Gaming is one of the most lucrative and regulated sectors in the entertainment industry.gaming_icons

The development and expansion of casinos and lotteries often face legislative and regulatory obstacles. That’s why we help our partners navigate the many political hurdles that affect their businesses.

We’ve had cross-sector success—from paving the way for Resorts World to build an unprecedented casino in New York City to facilitating Camelot’s relationships with multiple states to privatize the management of state lotteries.