The Tuesday opening marked a first for Derek Stevens’ Circa Sports brand. It also could attract a new set of customers for both Tuscany and Circa, a Tuscany executive said.
Derek Stevens, the owner of downtown Las Vegas’ newest resort Circa, envisions his sports-betting brand growing across Nevada and the rest of the country.
Sports betting company William Hill confirmed Friday that Caesars Entertainment Inc. and Apollo Management Inc. are interested in buying the company.
A dispute between Churchill Downs, home of the Kentucky Derby, and Nevada sportsbooks threatened to block betting on the Sept. 5 race, but a regulatory solution was found.
Former Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman helped celebrate the Plaza’s newly revamped William Hill Race and Sports Book by placing the first bet on Friday.
MGM Resorts International had planned to roll out its GameSense responsible gaming program during the week of G2E, which brought an estimated 27,000 people to the city.
Hall of Fame basketball star Earvin “Magic” Johnson expects the marriage of major-league sports with Las Vegas will be a huge success — especially if teams adhere to his strategy of over delivering to their customers to keep them loyal.
Meeting in Las Vegas, the board of directors of the American Gaming Association ratified a set of policy principles in the organization’s bid to legalize sports betting nationwide.
Professional gambler David Oancea, who goes by the nickname “Vegas Dave,” was indicted Wednesday on charges that he used phony Social Security numbers to open player accounts at area casinos and sportsbooks.
Concerns about Sin City’s temptations have kept the NFL out of Las Vegas for years, but the relocation of the Oakland Raiders represents a shift in approach that some gaming industry experts say could beckon a new era in sports gambling.