There’s no such thing as a sure bet in the gaming industry but two manufacturers exhibiting at this year’s Global Gaming Expo believe they have the closest thing to it.
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Nearly 500 journalists — most of them from mainland China, Japan, South Korea, India, Taiwan and Australia — have arrived for Tuesday’s grand opening of the Parisian Macau.
Those are some provoking questions addressed in the new edition of the “Nevada Gaming Law Practice and Procedure Manual,” unveiled last month in a reception during a gaming law conference at UNLV.
The $2.7 billion, 3,000-room Parisian, operated by Las Vegas Sands subsidiary Sands China Ltd., is slated to open Tuesday with 410 table games and 1,600 slot machines.
Clifford Perlman, a visionary credited with bringing Wall Street money to Las Vegas and boxing matches to the Strip in the 1970s, has died at the age of 90, a month after suffering a stroke.
The mediator trying to resolve the $18 billion bankruptcy of Caesars Entertainment Operating Co. Inc. abruptly stepped down on Friday, according to a court filing, adding another twist to the complex case.
The state Gaming Control Board on Wednesday unanimously recommended approval of the acquisitions of the Palms by a subsidiary of Red Rock Resorts and the Aliante Hotel by Boyd Gaming.
The Lucky Dragon, the 200-room Asian-themed property just off the Strip on Sahara Avenue, will open Dec. 3, company officials announced Tuesday.
The Neon Museum, which showcases Las Vegas’ neon legacy in casino and motel signs, set a record for attendance and revenue for its fiscal year ending in June.
A majority of employees at Boulder Station has voted for union representation by Culinary Local 226.