The Las Vegas-based advertising and marketing company has had a 30-year stranglehold on the lucrative LVCVA contact, but that could end by summer.
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The people mover at the Las Vegas Convention Center could be a transportation game-changer, but it would be helpful if the developers told us more about it.
Sportsbook executives said Nevada wagering would grow after betting became legal nationwide — they were right. What other nuggets do latest gaming stats provide?
The 600,000 people who attended the 2019 NFL Draft in Nashville had more communities to draw from — and some may have been counted more than once at the turnstiles.
The proposal would add a fourth tier to the state’s gaming tax, 9.75 percent on all monthly gross revenue of more than $250,000.
Big changes are ahead for CES in the years ahead with the arrival of the West Hall at the Convention Center, other new venues and MSG Sphere at The Venetian.
With additions coming to Wynn, Linq, downtown and the Convention Center, has Southern Nevada’s meetings industry produced a new problem of filling all that space?
What will be the top tourism and gaming headlines of 2020? Read on for predictions about opening Allegiant Stadium, visitation records and what lies ahead for Las Vegas.
While most of the headlines are about the accomplishments of Derek Carr, Marc-Andre Fleury and A’ja Wilson, local sports teams are making their mark through giving.
With a Gaming Commission hearing on Steve Wynn scheduled Thursday, questions answered in early 2018 are bound to be asked again: Should Wynn Resorts change its name?
Critics still upset with the Raiders move to Las Vegas are stirring up issues on bolts used to attach the stadium roof and the UNLV’s non-conference football schedule.
Jennifer Roberts has been a fixture in Nevada gaming regulation and at UNLV, but is now heading to Tennessee to head that state’s new sports wagering operation.
The lack of mobile wagering and a ban on betting on California colleges and universities could prevent Nevada sportsbooks from facing crushing competition.
While travel and tourism has experienced 120 months of economic growth, U.S. market share has fallen behind international competitors who market more vigorously.
Sportsbooks are notorious low-margin money-makers, but casino company executives are building partnerships to grow their sports-wagering presence on a nationwide basis.