Las Vegas Sands Corp. announced Friday that it closed the $1.3 billion sale of its Sands Bethlehem property in Pennsylvania.
Wind Creek Hospitality received approval from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board Wednesday to purchase Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
MGM Resorts International confirmed the elimination of 557 more jobs Thursday, bringing the total of layoffs to 1,070 as a result of the MGM 2020 cost-cutting program.
After more than 20 companies have expressed interest in leaving NV Energy, the utility seems to be stemming the tide of departures.
The total won by Nevada’s casinos from players on slot machines, table games and race and sports pools was down 1.8 percent to $936.5 million in April.
About 650 people from 34 countries are attending the International Conference on Gambling and Risk Taking at Caesars Palace.
Wynn Resorts Ltd. won’t appeal sanctions imposed by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission and on Tuesday paid fines ordered by commissioners, the company announced.
It’s the second six-figure hit in three days for a Wheel of Fortune machine in Las Vegas.
Advancing technology in slot machines is paving the way for a better, more immersive experience for players — one that draws a wider variety of demographics, and keeps them in their seat at the slots longer, industry insiders say.
An early morning slots player on the Las Vegas Strip will have more funds available over the holiday weekend.
The ringleader of a group that scammed the Bellagio out of an estimated $1.2 million through craps has been the 36th person placed on the “black book,” Nevada’s list of excluded persons.
With licensing approval, GVC joins a growing list of British sportswagering companies entering U.S. markets.
While a Boston newspaper columnist labeled Wynn Resorts CEO Matt Maddox as “Mad Matt,” he probably is angrier about what led the company to be in a regulatory mess.
The National Labor Relations Board order found the Palms had refused to recognize and bargain with the Culinary and Bartenders unions.