With any beginners’ luck for the game’s inventor, 42-year-old Harold Moret, a UNLV graduate, it’ll be available in other casinos in Nevada and across the country before long.
Richard N. “Rick” Velotta has covered business, the gaming industry, tourism, transportation and aviation in Las Vegas for 25 years. A former reporter and editor with the Las Vegas Sun, the Ogden (Utah) Standard-Examiner, the Arizona Daily Sun in Flagstaff and the Aurora (Colo.) Sun, Velotta is a graduate of Northern Arizona University where he won the school’s top journalism honor. He became the Review-Journal's assistant business editor in September 2018.
Marilyn Spiegel returns as president of Wynn Las Vegas with Maurice Wooden’s departure.
Esports is growing industry in Las Vegas with several casino companies dedicating resources in a bid to entice a younger generation of player to their properties.
Juliana Chugg has become the second woman and 12th member of Caesars Entertainment Corp.’s board of directors.
Attorneys are getting their black-out pens ready for a report on Steve Wynn.
New support subcommittees and sponsoring groups are now closer to being ready to assist Las Vegas Events and the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority to create more events to fill the stadium and other Southern Nevada venues.
The last time Las Vegas played host to the Worldwide Route Development Forum in 2013, McCarran International Airport landed nonstop flights between Las Vegas and Beijing on Hainan Airlines.
The introduction of a list of new acronyms is on the horizon with Wednesday’s scheduled final approval of recommendations on how Southern Nevada should coordinate to attract special events to fill the new Las Vegas stadium.
The Gambling Treatment Diversion Court was established when Nevada Revised Statutes Chapter 458A was amended to permit defendants to enter a treatment program if a criminal judge deems they are eligible in lieu of incarceration.
Massachusetts Gaming Commission officials say they would have begun an adjudicatory hearing on the licensing of Wynn Resorts Ltd. by now had it not been for a lawsuit filed by former Chairman and CEO Steve Wynn last month.
The lawsuit also says the company’s actions “have exposed Allegiant to hundreds of millions of dollars in potential liability for violations of state and federal law.”
Meeting in Carson City, the state Gaming Control Board on Wednesday unanimously recommended approval of Golden’s $190 million acquisition of the Colorado Belle and Edgewater properties from Marnell Gaming.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission has scheduled a closed executive session Thursday to discuss legal strategy in a lawsuit filed by Steve Wynn against Massachusetts Gaming Commission investigator Karen Wells.
A former Wynn Resorts Ltd. shareholder has filed a lawsuit in Clark County District against the company, executives and former and current board members alleging that accusations against the company’s former chairman and CEO devalued his stock.