Atlantic City’s once-struggling Tropicana casino seems to have found the key to success in the cutthroat casino market: keep pumping cash back into the property — and not just for things involving gambling.
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A Reno restaurant has found itself at odds with a Las Vegas casino over its name, which the casino’s attorneys say constitutes trademark infringement.
State gaming regulators gave approval Thursday to a proposal from long-time gaming veteran Vic Salerno that is expected to lead to the return of daily fantasy sports betting in Nevada as early as August.
The Lucky Dragon near the north end of the Strip announced Thursday it will be hiring for 800 positions opening later this year.
The casino operating unit of Caesars Entertainment Corp can begin seeking creditor votes for a plan to exit its long and contentious $18 billion bankruptcy, a U.S. bankruptcy judge said in court.
When Mermaids shuts its doors, Fremont Street tourists will no longer have the chance to stumble upon a classic locale known for deep-fried Twinkies and Oreos.
Winnings from gamblers at Louisiana’s state-licensed casinos fell 12.6 percent last month from May 2015, the fifth straight month that revenue has fallen, state police reported.
Vic Salerno said fantasy sports betting should look more like horse racing. He may get his wish when the Nevada Gaming Commission on Thursday considers his proposal.
Bo Bernhard, executive director of UNLV’s International Gaming Institute, has been named the Philip G. Satre Chair in Gaming Studies at both UNLV and the University of Nevada, Reno.
Las Vegas-based Golden Entertainment will deliver a special cash dividend to investors next month, the company announced Monday.
In reports to investor clients, UBS Financial Services and J.P. Morgan reiterated favorable outlooks for MGM stock following last week’s first-ever Analyst and Investment Day presentations by the company.
With several presentations vying for attention at the same time at last week’s 16th International Conference on Gambling and Risk Taking, it wasn’t too surprising that it was a small and mostly local crowd that showed up to hear four panelists talk about opening day at The Mirage more than 25 years ago.
Michael and David Morton are planning a March opening for a steakhouse they describe as “a game changer.”
Alexandre Dreyfus’ company, Mediarex Sports and Entertainment, wants to change everything about the game, from the environment where it’s played to the spectators, or as Dreyfus puts it, “sportify poker.”
The new owner of the former Revel casino in Atlantic City said on Friday that he won’t begin reopening the property while state gambling regulators insist that he get a casino license.
Macau’s government plans to introduce penalties for violations in its $30 billion gaming industry, as it plugs gaps in outdated laws including one banning phone-betting at casinos.
With Caesars Palace and the Four Queens celebrating 50th birthdays this year, how much do you know about the two properties? Test your knowledge on our quiz below.
Atlantic City’s casino workers say they’ll go on strike against five of the city’s eight casinos on July 1 if a contract isn’t reached by then.
Las Vegas bid a bittersweet goodbye to the Riviera early Tuesday morning, as the historic hotel’s Monaco tower came crashing down to make way for expanded convention facilities.
Having the NHL poised to expand to Las Vegas sends a strong signal that gaming industry has gone mainstream, the president and CEO of the American Gaming Association said Wednesday, adding that the concerns about sports betting are “antiquated.”
A U.S. judge on Wednesday temporarily halted lawsuits seeking $11.4 billion in damages from Caesars Entertainment Corp on Wednesday, urging the parties in the bankruptcy of its operating unit to settle before an injunction expires in August.
American Gaming Association President and CEO Geoff Freeman praised the potential impact of an NHL franchise in Las Vegas after a report indicated that the league will expand to Las Vegas and give the city its first major league sports team.
Atlantic City officials rejected the former Revel resort’s plans to begin reopening on Wednesday, saying inspections need to be done and key permits need to be issued.
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