No one was injured and evacuations were not necessary in an early Thursday morning fire at the California Hotel in downtown Las Vegas.
The three-day MJBizCon conference kicked off Wednesday morning at the Las Vegas Convention Center with speeches by executives at leading North American cannabis companies.
A Las Vegas visitor from Wisconsin became an instant millionaire after hitting a jackpot worth more than $1.3 million Saturday afternoon.
CG Technology, the sportsbook operator whose settlement agreement was rejected by the Nevada Gaming Commission in August, has offered to pay a $1.75 million fine to the state to settle the complaint.
The appointment was announced the day after AGS reported mixed results in its third-quarter earnings. The company reported record revenue for the quarter, but missed analysts’ earnings expectations.
The company’s social gaming division includes such apps as Bingo Showdown, MONOPOLY and Jackpot Party Social Casino and is one of its fastest growing segments.
The Las Vegas-based company – which operates casinos, the PT’s Pub chain and a network of slot machines and video poker in bars, grocery stores and other locations – on Thursday reported a $3.1 million loss for the three months ending Sept. 30. That’s compared to about $8.5 million in profit during the same period last year.
Full House reported revenue was flat for the quarter that ended Sept. 30 compared with last year, missing analysts’ estimates. The company reported net income of $1.6 million, 4 cents a share, on revenue of $44 million. For the same quarter a year earlier, Full House reported net income of $789,000, 3 cents a share, on revenue of $43.7 million.