Gaming has arrived on the Strip and it’s not about blackjack, roulette or craps.
Madison Square Garden’s planned Las Vegas performance venue will offer sound and visual technology never before heard or seen and change the Strip skyline with a sphere-shaped building 360 feet tall.
Another esports company is going Rogue.
Luxor’s former LAX nightclub will open as Esports Arena Las Vegas on March 22 with a series of events, including an invitation-only, multiday, live-streamed tournament.
In 2015, North Las Vegas-resident Mike Ziethlow had an idea for creating something like a Yelp for independent music, but he didn’t know how to turn that idea into a product.
How is the casino industry supposed to make money from esports, the convergence of video gaming and gambling?
Last year show organizers say there were two sessions dedicated to esports at the Global Gaming Expo, the annual international gaming trade show and conference presented by the American Gaming Association.
Thousands of gaming devices will be on display at the Sands Expo Center for the Global Gaming Expo, the world’s largest gaming industry trade show.
If Strip casino operators are interested in attracting esports to their establishments, they didn’t show it at the first Casino Esport Conference.
The casino industry is working to integrate gambling with esports, or competitive video gaming. But it’s already happening inside Las Vegas casinos — and has been since at least 2005.