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Texas businessman Mark Cuban has given a boost to Sands’ Lone Star plans, while company stays on track for New York gaming license application.
Four Nevada casino markets are among the top 20 in the country as casino gaming and sports wagering expand throughout the United States.
When Victor Janicki was denied a $220,000 jackpot, he opted to try to become the first known gambler to successfully sue an online casino to claim his prize.
The Culinary Union and the Nevada Resort Association are at odds over whether the state Constitution should be amended to allow a state lottery.
While gaming industry executives are anticipating a mild recession, Las Vegas seems ready to weather the storm with new venues and a big special events calendar.
A Canadian retiree is frustrated he can’t collect on a $225,000 jackpot that he thought he won from an online casino site.
Prices are higher and player perks are disappearing everywhere in Las Vegas casinos. Room occupancy and visitor satisfaction remain high.
The LVCVA’s board of directors has approved spending $7 million on Formula One race tickets to give away to customers.
While Rep. Dina Titus tries to change the slot machine jackpot threshold, there are things casino players should do to prepare for the possibility of winning big money.
Despite media accounts that development has slowed and concerns about neighborhood light pollution, developers of Las Vegas’ twin Sphere venue appears to be on target.
A policy that has been in place since 1977 has frustrated jackpot winners and casinos and Rep. Dina Titus and her new gaming caucus plan to do something about it.
With Super Bowl LVIII about a year away, Las Vegas may wrestle with highway transportation matters, in-town transit issues and more visitors than hotels can accommodate.
In 2022’s record gaming year, Nevada’s slot machines got slightly tighter, but most players wouldn’t know the difference from a year ago. Solution: Play more nickel slots.
Most of the nations’s major casino companies are partnering up to bid for three lucrative downstate New York casino licenses, expected to be handed out later this year.