Less than two years after it opened, the Lucky Dragon’s hotel tower is set to close and the property is again headed toward a foreclosure sale.
The Virgin Hotels Group announced the acquisition of the Hard Rock for an undisclosed price in March. Warner Gaming LLC, which operates several tribal casinos, was tabbed as the manager of the 75,000-square-foot casino.
The move comes as companies and cities across the country begin to phase out single-use plastic straws; MGM Resorts International announced its own “Straw Reduction Initiative” in May.
William Hill US has signed a partnership with the Vegas Golden Knights in the first deal between a sports book operator and a National Hockey League team.
Several months after its casino building closed, the Lucky Dragon’s hotel tower could soon be shuttered too.
With dozens of states rushing to capitalize on the U.S. Supreme Court lifting a federal ban on sports gambling, will fixed scenarios like the one above become more common?
The gaming industry has come a long way since Nevada blazed a trail more than a decade ago for gambling with real money over the internet.
The billionaire and founder of Wynn Resorts Ltd. accused Jorgen Nielsen of lying to the Wall Street Journal and ABC News to smear him. Steve Wynn’s lawsuit calls Nielsen a “disgruntled” former employee.
A recent analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data shows the Nevada wage gap continues to hold strong, but some companies along the Strip, like Caesars Entertainment Corp., are working to ensure all employees are paid fairly.