Commercial gaming revenue across the country this spring reached record levels, and 2021 is shaping up to be a banner year, according to the American Gaming Association.
Bally’s plans to rebrand nearly all of its casinos under its name over the next 12 months, heightening brand awareness and creating marketing opportunities for the Rhode Island-based company.
DraftKings reached a $1.56 billion deal to buy Golden Nugget Online Gaming, a move that will further expand the fantasy sports giant’s footprint into the growing market of online casinos.
Three recent jackpots hit at Caesars Entertainment Nevada resorts pay out a total of $466,757 to lucky guests.
The Boyd Gaming-owned downtown hotel-casino will reopen its doors to the public on Sept. 8 for the first time since March 2020, according to a release.
Slot play in Nevada’s casinos dropped like a rock when the Great Recession hit. But a resurgence of popularity has cemented a spot for slots on casino floors.
Vici Properties and The Blackstone Group are emerging as two of the biggest players on Las Vegas Boulevard.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot extends RFP deadline for casino project in the Windy City.
Golden Entertainment reported net income of $103.8 million on $292.5 million in revenue during the quarter that ended on June 30 — the highest quarterly revenue and income the company has ever recorded.
Allen Glick was one of the largest hotel-casino operators in the state, second only to Howard Hughes at his peak.
“It’s the first sound you hear when you get to Las Vegas and the last sound you hear when you leave. It’s almost synonymous with Vegas, that Wheel of Fortune song and the sound of those reels.”
Penn National Gaming, the operator of M Resort and the Tropicana, is set to acquire Score Media and Gaming in a deal worth $2 billion, the two companies announced Thursday.
MGM Resorts International saw strong financial results for the quarter ending June 30, including $2.27 billion in revenues and $90 million in net income.
The company still maintains high average daily room rates and occupancy rates in the 90s on weekends and 80s at midweek, but still reported a second-quarter loss.