DraftKings continues to expand their Las Vegas-based office and sportsbook team. The daily fantasy sports (DFS) and sportsbook operator announced the hiring of one of the most respected bookmakers in Las Vegas, Johnny Avello. Most recently, Avello was the director …
September’s Nevada news included a Golden Knights deal with William Hill, a sharp decline in state gaming revenues and Dina Titus’ letter to the House.
The Nevada Resorts Association is a leading lobbying group for the state’s gaming industry. It’s asking Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman to delay approval for pot lounges in the city. According to the Las Vegas Sun, a few have received copies of the …
After Mandarin Oriental was sold by CityCenter Holdings, LLC, the property transitioned to the Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas Hotel & Residences on Aug. 31.
TI Treasure Island Poker Room closed on Aug. 28 after being unable to compete with other Las Vegas Strip casino gaming options and amenities.
From bartending to room service, the hotel robot revolution has hit resorts and casinos on the Las Vegas Strip.
The 2018 WSOP ended with some historic numbers, including the first time it topped the quarter billion dollar mark in prize money in a single WSOP.
The Las Vegas City Council approved construction for Derek Stevens’ casino project, tentatively named Fremont 18 and featuring some new amenities to get excited about.
The World Series of Poker is stronger than ever thanks to a Main Event field of 7,874 entries/ That makes it tournament the second-largest in poker history.
The opening online bracelet event on WSOP.com broke the field size record, thanks largely in part to the expanded NV/NJ/DE online poker pool.