Wynn Resorts Ltd. will join the ranks of Strip resorts that will charge guests to valet park beginning in mid-December, a company spokesman said Wednesday.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. said late Tuesday that it will launch a paid valet and self-parking initiative beginning late next month. The move follows the lead of MGM Resorts International, which began charging for parking at its properties earlier this year.
If approved by the commission, it would become the third large gaming company in the state to abandon the state-regulated energy company in recent months.
State gaming win soared in Southern Nevada in October, state officials said Tuesday. At the same time, visitation numbers had their first year-over-year decline in five months.
Las Vegas attorney Karl Rutledge has been appointed chair of the Gaming Law Committee of the American Bar Association Business Law Section.
Santa Fe Station opened a new, 10,000-square-foot bingo hall in space formerly occupied by the Revolver country nightclub and bar.
Pennsylvania state regulators are hitting the Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem with more than $22,000 in fines for violating a prohibition against mixing cards from different decks.
Golden Nugget Las Vegas now offers a new slot machine themed after the hit CNBC show, “Billion Dollar Buyer” starring Tilman Fertitta, the company’s chairman and CEO.
A group of Crown Resorts employees detained in China since last month have been arrested for alleged gambling-related crimes, according to a lawyer, paving the way for them to be prosecuted as the government clamps down on foreign casinos that woo its citizens to gamble overseas.
The U.S. government’s bankruptcy watchdog objected on Monday to a Caesars Entertainment Corp subsidiary’s proposal to exit Chapter 11, threatening to derail a largely consensual plan to slash $10 billion of debt.