While attracting more convention and business travelers, Las Vegas Strip casino operators also hope to lure leisure tourists who feel pushed away by fees.
In a Q3 earnings call, Wynn Resorts announced recent revenue and revealed that Paradise Park plans have been squashed in place of a golf course revamp.
CGT Sportsbooks is back in the news after two Nevada betting entity groups that frequented CGT were in hot water with the SEC.
US-facing online casino Chumba Casino is expanding its withdrawal and deposit options for customers thanks to its new partnership with Worldpay.
After a six-month trial run, Gamblit Games’ TriStation got full approval from Nevada Gaming Control. The multi-game machine offers several video-game-like skill-based slot games.
Nevada casinos are going to have to start treating players impaired by drugs the same way they do those intoxicated by alcohol, thanks to changes to the state’s regulations regarding intoxicated gamblers.
Another 15 poker players have been added to the list of those that will take part in the $300,000 buy-in 2018 Super High Roller Bowl ahead of this summer’s World Series of Poker in Las Vegas.
New York-based real estate firm Witkoff and hotel giant Marriott International announced this week the unfinished Fontainebleau casino project will now be called The Drew.
Caesars Entertainment properties on the Las Vegas Strip rolling out the latest in skill-based gambling technology, but will it take?