Andrew Klebanow Continues to Explore Relevant Issues in Domestic and International Casino Gaming CDC Newswire · December 7, 2020 at 5:19 pm In two recent articles, Andrew Klebanow examines current issues and trends in both integrated resort development and safety protocols during the pandemic. In an article entitled, “NagaCorp’s Cambodia Gambit” in the December issue of CDC Gaming Reports’ Focus on Asia, Klebanow discusses NagaCorp’s recent announcement that it will develop a non-gaming resort and theme park near the kingdom’s world heritage site of Angkor Wat. This move is not without risks, but holds the promise of positioning NagaCorp as the dominant operator of both casino resorts and mixed-use tourist destinations in Cambodia, and a powerful force in Asian gaming. The effects of casino smoking policies are explored in an article published in the November/December issue of Indian Gaming Magazine. “Rethinking Smoking Policies During a Pandemic” examines the ongoing threat that smoking in casinos poses to casino patrons, employees, and vulnerable members of the community. Long-held beliefs that smoking is necessary to attract customers are weighed against the risks these policies pose during the pandemic. During his career, Andrew Klebanow has authored over 130 articles and academic papers that focus on the gaming and hospitality industry. These can be found online at KlebanowConsulting.com/library For more information, visit KlebanowConsulting.com.