Bally’s Corp.’s casino at Lake Tahoe is shutting down operations due to the oncoming Caldor Fire, but the hotel will continue to house firefighters and emergency workers.
The Caldor Fire’s gallop toward South Lake Tahoe eased throughout the day Wednesday, with the fire still swelling to nearly 208,000 acres but containment also increasing to 23 percent.
A three-year contract between the United Autoworkers Gaming Union and Wynn Resorts has been ratified by a 96 percent majority of eligible employees.
Nick Bogdanovich has been fired four months after Caesars Entertainment completed its $4 billion acquisition of William Hill and named Bogdanovich its vice president of trading.
G2E, also known as the Global Gaming Expo, is the latest trade show to impose a vaccination rule ahead of its in-person return.
Aruze’s Go Go Claw gambling game looks and plays a lot like an arcade crane machine. But don’t expect to win a stuffed animal or boxed electronic item. The prize for a successful treasure grab is cash.
Circa Sports had 2,232 entries Monday in the Circa Million III and 1,883 entries in Circa Survivor. Registration ends at 2 p.m. Sept. 11 for each contest.
A legal expert doesn’t expect the lawsuit filed by the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe would successfully block the startup of sports wagering in Arizona.
The Caldor Fire was 3 miles outside of South Lake Tahoe on Tuesday, officials said. The National Weather Service warned that weather conditions Wednesday would include wind gusts up to 30 mph.
A tribal initiative on sports betting has already qualified for the 2022 ballot. Another backed by the card-room industry is on its way for California voters to consider.
The Arizona Department of Gaming on Friday announced the 18 sports-wagering licenses that have been awarded, several of them affiliated with Nevada companies.
The lack of convention traffic continues to keep visitation below 2019 levels, but the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority says it continues to climb steadily.
For the fifth straight month, state gaming win has pushed past the $1 billion mark in Nevada and Clark County had back-to-back billion-dollar months in June and July.