The ramp-up of the Monarch casino in Black Hawk, Colorado, went better than expected and the Reno-based company that owns the Atlantis had record results.
Vici Properties plans to close on a deal to acquire The Venetian, Palazzo and the Sands Expo & Convention Center by early 2022.
A report by Applied Analysis’ Jeremy Aguero for the LVCVA details how much the coronavirus outbreak hurt Southern Nevada and its thousands of tourism employees.
State gaming win exceeded $1 billion for the fourth straight month in June, as Clark County casinos showed a 130 percent increase from 2020, bringing in $1.015 billion.
Station Casinos executives shared some new information about plans for a long-awaited project in the southwest valley during an earnings call Wednesday.
MGM Resorts International Bill Hornbuckle is pleading with unvaccinated employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine, warning that the worsening spread of the virus could lead to more restrictions.
Marshawn Lynch will star in marketing campaigns and engage with BetMGM players via social media, media appearances, fan events and more, a release said.
MGM Resorts International employees in Las Vegas who haven’t shown proof that they’ve been vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus will have to pay for regular testing, according to a new policy.
Main Street Station’s parent company, Boyd Gaming, is looking at possibly reopening the downtown Las Vegas hotel-casino later this year.
Legalized sports betting will kick off in the Grand Canyon State on the same day the National Football League opens its 2021 season with a Tampa Bay-Dallas matchup.
In 2021, U.S. sports betting revenue is predicted to hit $2.5 billion and grow to $8 billion by 2025. Today, more than a dozen states allow sports betting.
Donald Brinkerhoff, who designed the landscaping of The Mirage and dozens of other projects worldwide, including the 4.5-mile Strip corridor, died July 16 in Newport Beach, California. He was 90.
Las Vegas Sands, dedicated to its investment in Singapore with its iconic three-tower hotel, has shut down its casino while rival Resorts World operates at reduced capacity.
Customers will enter the market with a credit card, and technology will detect which items they take from the store. Fred Segal Market will offer drinks, food and souvenirs.
Thursday was a lucky night for one gambler at a Las Vegas Strip casino.