Both professional hockey and marijuana are about to call Vegas home. While one gets a warm welcome, the other is finding it difficult to deal with casinos.
A recent alleged customer dispute at Wynn Casino highlights the hard line casinos are taking about recreational marijuana usage in Nevada.
The new Las Vegas pro hockey team, the Vegas Golden Knights, partnered with The D Casino in Downtown Vegas to be their official Fremont Street casino.
There is good and bad news for both the World Series of Poker and the skill-based slot industry this week in Nevada headlines.
Scientific Games debuted its first-ever skill-based slot machine, but it is a title many are familiar with–the classic video game Space Invaders.
Golden Gaming is best known for its gambling taverns, but it is intent to grow. The company just purchased four casinos, including Stratosphere in Vegas.
The story lines are big and the names of the winners even bigger, but underlying the good WSOP news is a potential attendance problem.
Wyndham Hotel Group and Caesars Entertainment are partnering up to give their respective rewards systems even more bang for their buck.
The top talent is back for WSOP coverage on PokerGO. Pros like Daniel Negreanu and Phil Hellmuth are too. But does that justify the subscription fee?
Christoph Vogelsang continues the tradition of German pros dominating the big buy-in poker scene by winning the Aria Super High Roller Bowl for $6 million.