Alan Feldman, who spent 29 years as a senior executive with MGM Resorts International, will lead the institute’s responsible gaming efforts.
The former Fontainebleau — the blue-tinted tower that has blighted the Strip for a decade — is slated to open as the Drew in the second quarter of 2022.
Once vying for high-rollers with top Las Vegas Strip properties, the off-Strip Rio now competes with 50-year-old Circus Circus for cost-conscious visitors.
The Las Vegas-based company has invested $38 million on The Strat renovations, and has an additional $39 million budgeted for renovations throughout the end of the year.
Wynn Resorts Ltd. posted a first-quarter decline in revenue, but a return to profitability, and exeutives say they haven’t decided whether to appeal regulatory sanctions.
The state Gaming Control Board has recommended a provisional license for sports-wagering giant GVC Holdings Plc. following a 2-1 vote and nearly four hours of testimony.
New Jersey AG Gurbir Grewal claims the DOJ’s reinterpretation of a law related to sports gambling could hurt New Jersey’s online sports betting businesses.
Las Vegas-based Scientific Games continued to reduce debt and hopes new deals with Wynn Resorts for slot machines and a sports wagering system will improve cash flow.
Full House Resorts CEO and president Dan Lee expects a new Indiana bill will help the regional casino company compete with the big dogs.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission stayed true to its word that it would expedite approvals needed to open Encore Boston Harbor.
It seems the use of Sandra Douglass Morgan’s array of experience — in gaming and in sports — couldn’t have come at a better time for Nevada gaming regulation.
A perennially challenged Atlantic City casino will finally turn a profit this month and chart the way forward under the ownership of a New York hedge fund.
Eldorado Resorts, Boyd Gaming and other large casino operators are mum about their possible interest in buying Caesars Entertainment Corp. properties. But not Treasure Island owner Phil Ruffin.
Now that the Massachusetts Gaming Commission has announced its $35 million fine against Wynn Resorts Ltd. the Las Vegas company can get back to building the $2.6 billion Encore Boston Harbor and we can all relax. Or can we?