Las Vegas Sands Corp. will open The Parisian, a resort embellished with a half-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower, in Macau on Sept. 13.
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Anyone who has studied the numbers regularly knows that the gaming win statistics for Southern Nevada’s geographic regions are extremely volatile. One month, an area may be up by double-digit percentages. The next, it could be down by double-digit percentages. Then, maybe the next month, it levels off, only to climb high, then drop low, just like the Desperado coaster at Primm, a personal favorite.
A group that wants to legalize casino gambling in Nebraska moved one step closer Thursday to placingthe issue before voters in November, but opponents are preparing challenges in court and on the campaign trail.
An Atlantic City casino that went out of business two years ago is reopening as a hotel.
The Lucky Dragon, an Asian-focused boutique casino and hotel, is slated to open in the fourth quarter of this year, and will target the domestic Asian market — locals, as well as travelers up and down the West Coast, said Chief Operating Officer David Jacoby.
The Lucky Dragon continues to push toward an opening date later this year, but the north Strip resort isn’t receiving tax increment financing from Las Vegas to help it get there.
A supervisor at an Iowa casino, a dealer and a patron have been charged with conspiring to cheat at roulette and split thousands of dollars in illicit winnings, investigators said Wednesday. The casino is owned by Las Vegas-based Caesars Entertainment.
The fate of the Moulin Rouge will be decided Friday, when a District Court judge will decide whether to approve the sale of the property to Moulin Rouge Holdings LLC, a company that is in the process of securing its funding.
Politics will be on peoples’ minds when the three-day Global Gaming Expo, known in the industry as G2E, begins at the Sands Expo and Convention Center on Sept. 27.
We’ll have to endure the summer heat twice before we get to see the puck drop at T-Mobile Arena for the Las Vegas Whatever-We’re-Going-to-Call-Them hockey team competing in the National Hockey League’s 2017-18 season.
Palace Station kicked off Fourth of July weekend and celebrated its 40th birthday with a fireworks show Friday night.
A strike against Atlantic City’s most vulnerable casino on the biggest moneymaking weekend of the year raised fresh questions about the future of the Trump Taj Mahal.
Atlantic City’s main casino workers union reached agreement Thursday with four of the five casinos it had been targeting for a strike this weekend.
State gaming win dipped 4.5 percent to $958.1 million in May compared with a year ago, leaving win for the nonrestricted gaming licensees flat for the first 11 months of the current fiscal year.
For many longtime Las Vegans, Palace Station is — and, to them, will always be — Bingo Palace.
The employees of Palace Station have seen it all in the 40 years the locals casino has been open — from a flood in the 1980s, to O.J Simpson arrested for robbery in 2007, to a locomotive that wasn’t anywhere close to Southern Nevada’s rail line.
Three Fremont Street businesses are closing their doors Monday night, leaving you no where under the canopy to find coin-paying slots, topless dancers and deep-fried Twinkies.
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.
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.