Staying close to home paid off for one North Las Vegas resident.
Casinos & Gaming
Developers Brett Torino and Paul Kanavos, who built Harmon Corner and are working on the 63 retail center, would become the owners of property near the Convention Center.
Following a 90-minute Gaming Control Board hearing, Century Casinos executives won unanimous support in their bid to buy the Sparks Nugget property for $195 million.
In a collaboration between MGM Resorts International, BetMGM and Las Vegas-based Everi Holdings Inc., the company launched a new slot machine game in casinos and online.
Jacobs Entertainment will renovate 750 rooms and add new restaurants at the Sands Regency.
The casino operator will limit Caesars Rewards accounts to customers over 21, amid other changes.
Hard Rock International is looking to build a 600-room high-rise along Las Vegas Boulevard.
A pair of six-figure jackpot were won on Caesars Entertainment properties over the weekend.
Golden Entertainment, owner of the PT’s franchise and the Strat, will sell its slot routes in Nevada and Montana to an Illinois company, J&J Ventures Gaming.
A policy that has been in place since 1977 has frustrated jackpot winners and casinos and Rep. Dina Titus and her new gaming caucus plan to do something about it.
More jurisdictions have instituted indoor smoking bans in casinos since the pandemic, while others are considering it in statehouses.
Ten years ago, Genting Group bought the Resorts World Las Vegas site at a bargain price.
The K5, nicknamed M-Bot by M Resort staff, patrols can speak to patrons to greet or warn them – but more importantly, it can see and hear while on patrol, providing a live feed to the security office and a record to go back to if needed.
Las Vegas’ rebounding convention business and new headliner shows at the property’s theater result in record occupancy and average daily room rates in the fourth quarter.
Just after 11 p.m., the Clark County Fire Department was dispatched to a resort “for reports of smoke showing near the roofline,” the department said.