DraftKings is making a $20 billion push to acquire MGM Resorts International’s British partner in BetMGM, a sports betting and online gaming platform.
Colton Lochhead covers pot and politics for the Review-Journal, where he started as an intern covering crime and breaking news in 2012. Raised in Las Vegas, the life-long desert rat graduated from Bonanza High School before earning his journalism degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
In addition to the restaurant, an expansion of the Nobu brand through its partnership with Caesars Entertainment includes a multimillion-dollar update for Caesars’ Nobu Hotel and plans for Nobu Hotels at Harrah’s New Orleans and Caesars Atlantic City.
The U.S. on Monday announced plans to ease international airline travel restrictions to allow vaccinated foreign nationals to once again travel to the country starting this fall.
Caesars Entertainment is expected to break ground on Caesars Virginia before the end of 2021. It is slated to open in late 2023, the company said in a release Thursday.
A new policy took effect Monday that requires COVID-19 vaccination as a condition of employment for all new hires, Resorts World said in a statement.
Caesars Entertainment announced it has reached a $3 billion deal to sell the non-U.S. assets of William Hill to 888 Holdings PLC.
Lake Tahoe casinos have started to reopen to the public after the devastating Caldor Fire forced their gaming and hotel operations to shut down last week.
Signs of Las Vegas’ economic revival are hard to miss these days, but the workforce that supports the economy has yet to see that same rebound.
The Supreme Court’s decision not to block a restrictive Texas abortion law — or any future decision it may make on Roe v. Wade — won’t have any effect on Nevadans.
The Patriot Voice was slated to hold the For God Country Patriot Double Down event in Las Vegas from Oct. 22-25 at Caesars Forum convention space.
The Cannabis Compliance Board voted unanimously to suspend the license for Green Cross of America, Inc. during an emergency meeting held Thursday night.
MGM Resorts International will soon require COVID-19 vaccines for all new hires and current salaried employees across the U.S.