William Hill U.S., which operates 84 sports betting kiosks statewide, was evaluating its options Friday after the Nevada Assembly’s 41-0 vote to ban betting kiosks in bars, taverns and other establishments holding a restricted gaming license.
European online gaming giant Bwin.party is moving forward with licensing in Nevada to operate Internet poker websites with MGM Resorts International and Boyd Gaming Corp., despite comments to the contrary from the company’s chief executive, an attorney said.
CARSON CITY — Barring a gubernatorial intervention, sports betting kiosks in Nevada are set to become a thing of the past.
An online gambling website based on the World Series of Poker that is awaiting final approval from Nevada gaming regulators accidentally went live Wednesday for a brief time but was shut down quickly when the glitch was discovered.
With 62 events between now and July 15, the 2013 World Series of Poker got into gear Wednesday with an event just for the home crowd.
Pinnacle Entertainment’s $2.8 billion buyout of Ameristar Casinos is in jeopardy after the Federal Trade Commission said the deal violates U.S. antitrust law.
A graduate of a unique executive development program at the University of Nevada, Reno turned executive with Marina Bay Sands in Singapore on Wednesday said the late economist Bill Eadington had a profound effect on his students and others in the industry during his 40-year career.
A former Nevada congressman turned lobbyist said Tuesday that the gaming industry’s indecisiveness toward online gambling a few years ago scuttled chances for passage of a federal bill to legalize and regulate Internet poker.
The amount Las Vegas Sands Corp. owes to the company owned by one-time consultant Richard Suen grew by nearly half to $101.6 million in the final judgment signed Tuesday by Clark County District Judge Rob Bare.
The sometimes nasty legal battle that Cantor Gaming launched two years ago against former executive Joseph Asher has now extended to arch rival William Hill PLC.