The Las Vegas visitor tally was hurt by a major convention schedule change in February.
Intrepid Gaming, a Las Vegas company, said Thursday that it has applied for licenses to operate Casino MonteLago at Lake Las Vegas, which has been closed for about 13 months.
The Nevada Gaming Commission won’t change how it decides licensing for restricted gaming applicants despite a Clark County Commission vote that effectively ended the business model used by Dotty’s Gaming & Spirits. Gaming Commissioner Randolph Townsend said the state already takes into account the incidental nature of gaming revenues compared to revenues produced by the primary business.
Clark County commissioners on Tuesday effectively put an end to the business model used by the Dotty’s Gaming & Spirits operation, agreeing to changes in an ordinance that governs the operation of slot machines inside taverns.