Panelists, during a Tuesday session at NIGA’s Indian Gaming Tradeshow and Convention, made no secret of their support for smoke-free casinos nationwide in Indian country.
A group of properties north of the Strip that includes the Aztec Inn Casino is on the market for $60 million, or two separate transactions for $30 million each.
Former Las Vegas gaming executive and philanthropist Tom Gallagher died Thursday at UCI Medical Center in Irvine, California. He was 76.
Other sizable jackpots were won across the Las Vegas Valley this past week.
Two Nevada neighbors, California and Arizona, are on separate paths toward adding sports wagering, with Arizona much closer to the finish line.
The Sand Dollar Lounge, born as the Sand Dollar Blues Bar in 1976, will open a late-night music venue at the historic Plaza in downtown Las Vegas this autumn.
The statewide gaming win topped $1 billion for March, April and May — with May setting an all-time monthly high as casinos brought in $1.23 billion. COVID-19, however, remains a concern.
The California-based Americans for Nonsmokers Rights is connecting casino revenue with smoking bans and has enlisted the Oakland A’s to take up the fight in Nevada.
Tourism industry analysts say it’s going to be hard to put the genie back into the bottle when it comes to revamping health and safety regulations addressing COVID-19.
With COVID-19 cases on the rise in Nevada, The Venetian and Palazzo announced that it is returning to requiring masks regardless of an employee’s vaccination status.
Expanding sports wagering will be a main topic when the National Indian Gaming Association’s tradeshow arrives at Caesars Forum next week.
The multiyear deal between Wynn Resorts’ WynnBET and the National Football League Detroit Lions will feature a branded sports bar where bets can be placed.
Las Vegas Sands’ donation, through its Sands Cares charitable arm, will help Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth strengthen services and pursue long-term solutions.
Las Vegas-based SciPlay, a social game developer that is a subsidiary of Scientific Games Corp., would be bought out by the parent company in plan pitched Thursday.
With Las Vegas’ tourism volume inching closer to pre-pandemic numbers, the money generated by a room tax to pay for Allegiant Stadium bonds is steadily increasing.