Two reports issued by UNLV’s International Gaming Institute may influence Japanese lawmakers next year when they begin sifting through the issues of developing full-scale casino resorts in Japan.
Three new upstate New York casinos have so far failed to generate the big payoffs they projected, meaning less money shared with towns, cities and counties.
Supreme Court justices will soon hear arguments in a highly charged case over a federal ban on sports betting that, if thrown out, would open the doors for states to promote and profit from state-sponsored gambling on major league and college games.
Gaming equipment manufacturer Scientific Games Corp. has invested an additional $69 million in NYX Gaming Group Ltd. and a subsidiary to bolster an attempted takeover bid should a Dec. 20 shareholder vote fail to approve the Las Vegas company’s $631 million acquisition of NYX.
Las Vegas gaming equipment manufacturer Scientific Games Corp. has invested $21.3 million in shares in Toronto-based NYX Gaming Group Ltd. to strengthen its position in a critical shareholder vote on Scientific’s planned acquisition of NYX next month.
When Las Vegas-based Scientific Games Corp. reported third-quarter earnings earlier this month, executives said they were optimistic about the company’s prospects with a $631 million (U.S.) acquisition of the Canadian NYX Gaming Group Ltd. on the table.
International Game Technology, the maker of slot and lottery machines, is again laying off people in Nevada as it seeks to cut costs and reduce debt.
Las Vegas Sands Chief Executive Officer Sheldon Adelson fractured three ribs during an overseas trip, the company said Monday in a statement.
Shares of Red Rock Resorts Inc. touched a new 52-week high on Monday.
Information regarding a new bipartisan think tank at UNLV, to be chaired by former U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and former Speaker of the House John Boehner, has been almost nonexistent. But progress is being made, Reid said Thursday.