Downtown’s Life is Beautiful festival has evolved into a special-event tourism attraction that spurred the LVCVA board ofdirectors to spend $150,000 to market it.
The American Gaming Association hosted a panel at the UNLV International Gaming Institute that brought industry leaders together Thursday morning for a discussion on ways to promote responsible gaming.
Business opportunities abroad and the possibility of a recession could be pushing MGM Resorts International to sell some of its Las Vegas Strip assets, according to analysts.
According to a Wednesday SEC filing, Sands’ board of directors elected Xuan Yan as a member on Tuesday, effective immediately.
The casino industry aims to educate customers about responsible play with donations and conversations during the nationwide Responsible Gaming Education Week.
A principal of the business advisory and consulting firm Thoman International, A. Randall “Randy” Thoman has more than 30 years of experience working with public companies, according to a statement from Boyd Gaming Corp.
In a Las Vegas first, tribal casino operator Mohegan Gaming Entertainment will operate gaming at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas after it transitions from the Hard Rock Hotel in 2020.
Now in its second year of allowing sports betting, the state has seen sports wagering surpass expectations, and Atlantic City casinos are upping their game with new sportsbooks.
It’s a bittersweet transition for Jan Jones Blackhurst who gets why Eldorado Resorts wants to focus on domestic growth when the Reno company takes over Caesars next year.
The downtown Las Vegas hotel’s $15 million renovation focused the top floors of its north tower, incorporating energy efficiency updates and new decor.
Ritesh Argawal, founder and CEO of OYO Hotels & Homes, shares insights on the India-based company’s recent purchase of Hooters Hotel in Las Vegas.
Former MGM Grand President and Chief Operating Officer Scott Sibella, now president of Resorts World Las Vegas, hired three former MGM colleagues among new executives.
Marilyn Spiegel, who returned to Wynn Las Vegas as president in January, was recommended for licensing by Nevada gaming regulators.