The Las Vegas resort company will build a studio in the Wynn Las Vegas casino, invest $3.5 million in Blue Wire and use the partnereship to promote WynnBET online gaming.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority sees occupancy, room rates, traffic take a dive in January with conventions and trade shows nowhere to be found.
It’s welcome news for the Reno-based casino operator, which had fourth quarter results negatively impacted by COVID-19 restrictions across several states.
January is usually Southern Nevada’s busiest convention month, but not this year. As a result, gaming win declined 31.7 percent in Clark County and 43.8 percent on the Strip.
A Las Vegas-based company is working to provide free prescription deliveries to help seniors and those immunocompromised across Southern Nevada get the medicine they need amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Despite capacity restrictions, casino play at Monarch’s Atlantis resort rose in the fourth quarter and the company sees opportunities for increased revenue in Colorado.
Credit card manufacturer Arroweye said Tuesday it will consolidate operations in Louisville, Kentucky, and Henderson into a new, larger manufacturing facility near McCarran International Airport.
After taking a nosedive in early 2020, casino operators’ share prices are close — if not already beyond — pre-pandemic levels.
The player hit around 3 a.m. Wednesday, according to a Station Casinos release.
Updated flight routes aimed at making flying into Southern Nevada safer and more efficient will go into effect on Thursday.
National Air Traffic Controllers Association President Paul Rinaldi issued a statement backing the decision to rename McCarran International Airport after the former Nevada Senator.
Spirit Airlines is adding two new routes to Las Vegas connecting Louisville, Kentucky and Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Sin City.
Customers can purchase a vehicle online and pick it up from Carvana’s 11-story glass tower– at 3720 Morgan Cashman’s Way, off I-15 south between Spring Mountain and Flamingo.
Fry’s Electronics, the go-to chain for tech tinkerers looking for an obscure part, is closing for good.