Our Strip skyline already is ridiculous, in the absolute best possible way, with its pyramid, Eiffel Tower and Statue of Liberty. It might have been even wackier.
The government of Macao will draft new concession agreements for Las Vegas Sands Corp., Wynn Resorts Ltd., MGM Resorts International and three other companies.
A jackpot winner at the Aliante has much to be grateful for this week.
A new Wildfire Casino with an updated look and feel is expected to open in February — though the brand’s changes are already visible on a sign hung at the construction site.
Though it is switching ownership to Hard Rock International, its 33-year legacy as one of Las Vegas’ first mega-resorts won’t soon be forgotten.
One winner, a Las Vegas local, won $465,945.
Two sports-wagering propositions in California were soundly rejected by voters this month. Is there a path forward for betting games in the Golden State?
After a nearly two-hour hearing, the man who has been arrested 34 times in casinos in 31 years was placed on the Control Board’s list of excluded persons.
Apollo Global Management also plans to invest $1 billion in the Las Vegas Strip property to remodel rooms and upgrade the casino floor.
Two on state’s list of excluded persons from casinos are expected to be removed because they’ve died, but Leonard Morgan Hairston may be added on Thursday.
The American Gaming Association expects a mostly younger crowd will wager the most on the longshot U.S. team, which begins play Monday in the host country of Qatar.
Board member Brittnie Watkins to become the second African American woman to chair the Control Board after Gibson leaves for a “new professional opportunity” next month.
A $7,500 fine will be considered after Gaming Control Board agents determined the club wasn’t properly accounting the live entertainment tax on admissions.