Shark migrations. The winner of the 2020 presidential election. The color of Gatorade dumped on the winning Super Bowl coach. All are fun, unique betting opportunities — none of which is legal in Nevada.
With a sold-out Allegiant Stadium set to sit fanless for the 2020 NFL season, the Las Vegas Raiders are poised to take one of the largest financial sacks in the league.
Golden Knights owner Bill Foley is looking to raise $1.2 billion via a special purpose acquisition company.
On Saturday, the day after the substantial completion milestone, Anthony and Tonie Silva, recent transplants from Salt Lake City to North Las Vegas, set up a full tailgate spread in Ford Lot J on the south end of the stadium.
Red Rock was one of three Station Casinos poker rooms that were approved for eight-handed play with plexiglass dividers.
William Hill opened a sportsbook Monday at Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C., and will soon begin operating 11 Nevada books previously operated by Caesars Entertainment.
Fans will be able to get a firsthand look at the stadium this year, minus the action on the field.
MGM Resorts International’s sports betting brand has become the official betting operator of the PGA Tour, one of the most popular offerings on its platform.
There will be no immediate return on two massive public investments — Allegiant Stadium and the Convention Center expansion — with Las Vegas seeing little after spending a lot.
Nine-hundred-ninety-three days after the groundbreaking ceremony on Nov. 13, 2017, on what was then a 62-acre lot of dirt, the $2 billion Allegiant Stadium now holds its own on the Las Vegas skyline.