Some Las Vegas-based companies are looking to Brazil even as the gaming industry considers Japan as possibly the next big international casino market.
Massachusetts Senate President Stan Rosenberg, a chief architect of the state law that legalized casino gambling, said Wednesday he was strongly opposed to a new law that could allow casinos to serve alcohol until 4 a.m.
Record gross gaming revenue at casinos operated by the nation’s Indian tribes in 2016 has been an economic success story for tribes but has altered the landscape in Reno and Laughlin, two Nevada destinations most affected by the competition.
The late Kirk Kerkorian’s investment company has sold a high-rise condo on the Las Vegas Strip.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s recent announcement that it would review a New Jersey case on sports wagering and the American Gaming Association’s continued push to repeal the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992 are clear indicators that sports betting is on its way to some major changes.
Wynn Resorts will become the fourth resort group on the Las Vegas Strip to charge customers to park in its self-parking garages beginning Aug. 7.
Cuban immigrant Rolando Coro runs the army of massage therapists that keep thousands of poker players each year at ease during the intense, eight-week tournament.
It took Nevada gaming regulators two days of hearings to reach a decision on whether to recommend the licensing of a Las Vegas table-game company executive.
Steve Wynn’s fight with Japanese businessman Kazuo Okada could hamper the Las Vegas billionaire’s chances to win a major casino license on the Asian island nation, according to research firm Morningstar.
The Downtown Grand on Tuesday received approval from the Las Vegas Planning Commission to build a new eight-story, 495-room hotel tower on a portion of 2.2 acres at 220 N. Fourth St.