Gaming manufacturers are working to advance the table game experience, as the innovative products at the Global Gaming Expo revealed Tuesday.
Thousands of attendees are expected check out the latest slots, table games and other gaming and hospitality innovations this week during G2E’s trade show, which opened Tuesday morning.
The sports betting world is in midst of another flurry of billion dollar-plus consolidation moves that are shaking up the industry, a trend that isn’t expected to slow down anytime soon.
A wide array of casino gadgets will be on display beginning Tuesday at the American Gaming Association’s four-day, pandemic-delayed industry showcase.
Last week’s announcement of the transaction makes sense in terms of corporate strategy and many people already view the Cosmo as an extension of MGM’s CityCenter.
The casino chain has reached deals since 2019 to lease Bellagio, MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay, Aria, Vdara, and, as announced this week, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
While not as impressive as July’s record performance, state gaming win surpassed $1 billion for the sixth straight month in August.
Toronto-based Clairvest Neem Ventures K.K. already has been vetted by Japanese authorities in July for a project at Wakayama Marina City near Tokyo.
Blackstone has purchased the hotels’ real estate for nearly $3.9 billion, and MGM is leasing the properties back.
The multibillion-dollar sale of The Cosmopolitan marks the latest in a string deals on the Strip between two powerhouse companies and another investment on Las Vegas Boulevard from the CEOs of fast-food chain Panda Express.
Las Vegas-based Scientific Games Corp. is selling its OpenBet business to Endeavor Group Holdings, which also owns UFC, for $1.2 billion, the companies announced Monday.
The Blackstone Group has reached an agreement to sell The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas in a deal valued at $5.65 billion, with MGM Resorts International acquiring the resort operations for $1.625 billion.