The Nevada Gaming Control Board recently met to discuss a slew of sports betting topics. In addition to approving William Hill to operate more sportsbooks in Nevada, it cleaned up some technicalities in gaming definitions. While those were the main …
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Thanks to table games and slots, Nevada casino gaming revenue busted through the $1 billion mark in October 2018–delivering a big win for the state.
Despite its many gaming violations over multiple years, CG Technology is still in business after the NGC accepted their settlement offer of $2 million.
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.
Of the biggest casino corporations with properties in Las Vegas that have already reported earnings, here are some of the most newsworthy takeaways.
PlayUSA recently chatted with Derek Stevens about changes at his sportsbooks at the Golden Gate, The D and his new casino tentatively called 18 Fremont.
Tilman Fertitta, owner of Golden Nugget casinos, offered to buy Caesars Entertainment for $13 a share according to reports.
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.