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Fans of the South Korean K-pop group are coming to Las Vegas with money in their pockets and philanthropy in their hearts.
You think the Las Vegas March Madness experience can’t get any better? Wait until the city begins hosting tournament games at T-Mobile Arena and Allegiant Stadium.
The new Esports Technical Advisory Committee is charged with establishing policies about how to protect participants from potential match-fixing and other cheating.
Nevada lawmakers are expected to have another look in the next legislative session at a program that would take casino jackpots from child-support obligors.
Gradual increases in occupancy rates, gaming revenue and robust convention calendars indicate 2022 will be an important year to return to pre-pandemic tourism levels.
Rep. John Mizuno’s bill would impose a 55 percent tax on sports bets, but it’s unclear if the tax would be imposed on players or on sportsbook providers.
The state’s more than 400 largest casinos won more from players in 2021 than in any year in history. But find out which games give players the best bang for their buck.
With domestic ultra-low-cost carriers bearing most of the load, the number of airline seats coming into the Las Vegas market will reach prepandemic levels by February.
The nonprofit Super Bowl LVIII host committee on Tuesday will ask the LVCVA for the first $40 million to start planning the 2024 game.
After a respectable run at predicting the top stories of 2021, the crystal ball forecasts some of the ups and downs we can anticipate from gaming and tourism in 2022.
Six companies with interests in Southern Nevada’s tourism landscape reported third-quarter losses, showing that the city still hasn’t fully recovered from the pandemic.
The Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Stephen Tsai says “McCarran International Airport makes ours look like the airport on ‘Wings.’”
New sports-wagering proposals from outside gambling interests and tribes could spread confusion among California voters about what the initiatives mean.
MGM Resorts International’s purchase of The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, the company’s planned sale of The Mirage and remarks by Penn National CEO make gaming headlines.