Nevada Gaming Control Board’s official numbers for the end of 2016 show gambling revenue is holding steady, but Nevada sports books suffered last year.
The success of Wynn Palace in Macau shot up Wynn Resorts profits by over $330 million, so now Wynn plans to start on a new Vegas attraction, Paradise Park.
Poker Central and Aria will host the third annual Super High Roller Bowl in May. The tournament features a $300,000 buy-in and $15 million in prize money.
The Nevada Gaming Commission made it clear that while recreational marijuana is now legal in the state, it is not permitted on any Nevada casino properties.
The numbers for casino revenue in Nevada for 2016 were extremely promising with $25 billion in revenue and the first profitable year since 2008.
After a trial run in Las Vegas, William Hill US announced the expansion of its Virtual Racing betting product to casinos throughout the state of Nevada.
Donald Trumps eponymous hotel in Las Vegas has struck a deal with the Culinary Union, allowing workers at the Nevada hotel property to join the labor union.
It has been six years since the Cosmopolitan opened on the Las Vegas Strip for another new construction hotel. LV’s latest addition is the Lucky Dragon.
Players in Nevada can now access online casino tournaments to play video poker, slots, and bingo in addition to the legal online poker games offered in NV.
William Hill, in partnership with the Downtown Grand in Las Vegas, has been given the green light to offer legal esports gambling in the state of Nevada.