Every year at around this time, we look back at the good (and bad) times of the previous year.
The Tuscany has completed a propertywide renovation of its 716 suites that began in 2015, officials said Thursday in a statement.
The best, last-minute deals for three nights in Las Vegas for the New Year holiday will cost more than $500, according to Booking.com and hotel websites.
VICI Properties, the owner of Caesars Entertainment Corp. casinos and golf courses, plans an initial public offering of its stock to help pay down more than $4 billion of debt and finance future acquisitions.
2018 may bring more mergers for the gaming industry as a strong economy, low borrowing costs, lack of new licenses and use of real estate investment trusts drive consolidation, according to Deutsche Bank.
Here’s one of those only-in-Vegas holiday stories.
The Nevada Gaming Commission unanimously approved a stipulation for settlement agreement with the state’s largest slot route operator and fined the company $75,000 for providing slot machines to a Reno sports bar that didn’t hold a gaming license.
Shareholders of NYX Gaming Group Ltd. overwhelmingly approved Scientific Games’ bid to acquire the company for $631 million, setting the stage for Las Vegas-based Scientific to become a key player in nationwide sports wagering should it be legalized.
Skyline Casino, a quintessential old-school locals hangout in Henderson, plans to invest another to nearly double the size of its newly opened hotel.
Officially opened one year ago this month to cater primarily to the burgeoning and wealthy Asian-American and Asian immigrant crowd in Las Vegas and West Coast cities, the magic initially seemed to work.