Nebraska lawmakers killed a bill Friday that would have let bar patrons play more games of keno per hour and pay with debit and prepaid cards
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Scientific Games, the Las Vegas-based producer of slot machines and gaming tables, said Wednesday it expects to post a fourth-quarter loss of as much as $115 million driven by a non-recurring write-down of assets.
With millions expected to be wagered illegally on the upcoming Super Bowl, Nevada and gaming officials are eagerly awaiting a U.S. Supreme Court decision on whether states should be allowed to offer legal sports betting.
Executives at the Stratosphere hotel-casino are getting more from less on their casino floor. By arranging the casino floor with clusters of slot machines instead of rows, the floor becomes more inviting. The result is longer play and better results.
After more than three years after legalization, online poker still generates only a small amount of Nevada’s gaming revenue.
The family of Las Vegas Sands Corp. Chairman and CEO Sheldon Adelson has withdrawn as investors in a proposed $1.9 billion, 65,000-seat domed football stadium intended to bring the NFL’s Oakland Raiders to Southern Nevada.
Billionaire casino owner Steve Wynn will become finance chairman of the Republican National Committee at the behest of President Donald Trump. The RNC would not confirm reports by LifeZette and Fox News.
International Game Technology reported late Sunday that its $1 “Wheel of Fortune” slot machine paid out a $1,156,474 jackpot at New York-New York on the Strip.
Police in Sparks say they’re searching for a suspect who robbed a Rail City sports book and pushed an employee to the ground.
The first Mega Millions jackpot winning ticket of the year was sold this week at the lotto store just over the Nevada state line near Primm, according to the California State Lottery.