Commissioner Brian Krolicki wants public response on the recent computer system hackings of MGM Resorts and Caesars Entertainment systems in past few weeks.
Experts say MGM Resorts International’s cybersecurity issues are not likely to affect travelers visiting for Life is Beautiful and the iHeartRadio Music Festival.
Station has hired about half of the 1,450 employees planned at the Durango resort that will open in November.
Boyd Gaming will bring its innovation center to a building at UNLV’s Harry Reid Research and Technology Park in a joint innovation and training effort.
An analyst says there’s still a long road ahead for normal operations at MGM and there isn’t much time before Formula One, NFR, CES and the Super Bowl.
The Italian slot machine maker has said it would consider “potential strategic alternatives” for its global gaming and digital gaming divisions.
“We are pleased that all of our casinos, hotels, dining, entertainment, and resort services are operating normally, and are welcoming thousands of guests each day,” the company reported on its X account.
Hacker gangs have taken credit for the cybersecurity issue that has plagued Nevada’s largest employer for 10 days. MGM did not detail current impacts on other operations.
The company likely shut down TITO operations to prevent cash tickets from being spit out by MGM casino slot machines.
A second significant jackpot hit at the Las Vegas airport.
A man accused of posing as one of the owners of Circa and swindling the casino out of more than $1 million pleaded guilty to theft this week.
There are no indications whether MGM has insurance covering losses for the cyberattack currently underway.
The planned mid-December opening comes nearly two decades after the north Strip resort’s plans were first unveiled.