Anthony Cabot, a world-renowned gaming attorney, has found artistic joy as a sculptor working with casino themes in his newfound hobby.
Wynn identifies site, partnership with land developer Related Companies on a casino resort on the banks of the Hudson River near Javits Center convention facility.
Ojos Locos Sports Cantina will partner with the North Las Vegas hotel-casino with the goal to be the first Latino-focused casino-hotel in the country.
The refreshed rooms in the Studio Tower (formerly known as the West Wing) at the MGM Grand are expected to be completed by the end of the year.
Wynn Las Vegas is partnering with quarterback Tom Brady’s health and wellness company, TB12, to provide body coaching for guests and Southern Nevada residents.
A Caesars-branded 18-wheeler will travel to sporting events throughout the country, including two Raiders games, before a final stop at Super Bowl LVII.
With millions of Instagram posts of Las Vegas casinos, including the most posted Bellagio fountains, the city’s resorts are getting a boost with little financial outlay.
Crews began tearing down two shuttered Station Casinos properties on Monday, as the company began the work of reshaping its real estate portfolio in Southern Nevada.
In its early days, Circus Circus was positioned as a place for families despite having a peep show, other random nudity and a show called “Hot Pants Sexplosion.”
The American Gaming Association is holding its first Responsible Gaming Education Month this September, expanded from its usual week on the topic.
Wynn’s Craig Billings and Circa’s Derek Stevens will be among the casino leaders who take the stage for a discussion of the gaming industry at G2E next month.
The Tropicana will stay Tropicana for now but could adopt a Bally’s brand, and the existing Bally’s property is expected to take on the historic Horseshoe name soon.
The esports spectator economy has long been considered one of the fastest growing industries, attracting fans and corporate sponsors.
Clank-clank-clank-clank-clank. That’s the sound of money — metal coins hitting a metal tray — at one of the dwindling number of coin-operated machines still in use in the Las Vegas area.