Executives are studying ways to create more buzz on its segment of Las Vegas Boulevard to attract more pedestrians, said MGM Grand President and Chief Operating Officer Scott Sibella, who has been running the property the past seven years.
A 23-page opinion reconsidering whether the Wire Act applies to non-sports gambling was issued Monday by Assistant Attorney General Steven Engel of the department’s Office of Legal Counsel.
The Department of Justice’s Office of Legal Counsel has issued a replacement for its 2011 opinion, saying that the Wire Act only applies to sports betting.
Las Vegas-based Golden Entertainment has closed on its $190 million deal to acquire two Laughlin casino resorts.
Attorneys representing Resorts World Las Vegas say the resort might look like Wynn Las Vegas and Encore now — but it won’t by the time it’s done.
It shouldn’t come as a surprise to anybody that the sportsbook for Circa — the newly named integrated resort coming to downtown Las Vegas — will be a prime spot.
Members of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission will go into a closed session Thursday to discuss legal strategies in its courtroom fight with Steve Wynn.
Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., the owner of popular cable stations and sports broadcasting rights, says its plans to cash in on the forthcoming sports wagering boom.