The top executive of Boyd Gaming Corp. on Tuesday said fundamental shifts toward building customer loyalty are driving growth and resulted in record third-quarter earnings results for the Las Vegas company.
DraftKings is walking away from its $22 billion push to buy Entain PLC, the UK sports betting company that is partnered with MGM Resorts International in the online sports betting venture BetMGM.
The woman won $834,091 at a Mississippi Stud table on Friday.
Casa Playa, which is only the second Mexican restaurant in the history of Wynn Las Vegas, specializes in grilled seafood similar to that served on Mexico’s coasts.
Las Vegas Sands Corp. CEO Rob Goldstein said Wednesday that the company expects to continue operating in Macao after the government there reconsiders gaming licenses next year.
Las Vegas Sands spokesman Ron Reese said that the office complex will be the company’s future headquarters, adding the company is probably targeting a mid-2022 move-in.
Entain said in a statement Tuesday that the company’s board has been in discussions with DraftKings to explore the “merits and feasibility” of a potential deal and set a Nov. 16 “Put Up or Shut Up,” deadline for the proposal.
New Jersey’s sports betting industry in September became the first in the United States to take in more than a billion dollars in bets in a single month. Nevada has yet to release its September numbers.
Sandra Douglass Morgan, the state’s first African American chair of the Nevada Gaming Control Board, was appointed to the board of directors of Allegiant Travel Co. on Monday.
MGM CEO Bill Hornbuckle said Monday that just 90 out of more than 6,000 workers affected by the company’s mandatory vaccine policy left the company rather than get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Locals have long predicted better days ahead for the north edge of the Strip, but a burst of news shows the area is still in flux.
MGM Resorts International and Westgate implemented new policies in recent months that require some employees to be vaccinated. Both policies took effect Friday.
As the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians moves closer to taking ownership of what will be its second hotel-casino, the Palms in Las Vegas, the California tribe continues to redefine its first in Highland, California.
Officials with the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians offered details about its plans for the Palms for the first time since announcing a $650-million deal to buy the property in May.
“DiscoShow” is set to open at Linq Hotel on New Year’s Eve 2022.