Young Americans love Las Vegas. But there's a problem.
Their idea of gaming isn't the one Vegas was built on.
Millennials prefer videogames over slot machines. They like daily fantasy sports leagues — which technically aren't considered gambling, so casinos can't play.
This week at the Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas, the industry is trying to figure out how to attract this young consumer. "It's going to be a lot about throwing things up on the wall and seeing what sticks," said Geoff Freeman, CEO of the American Gaming Association.