Las Vegas Sun - Gaming

Las Vegas Sun Stories: Gaming
  1. Joe Yalda has worked for Station Casinos since he was a 16-year-old sophomore at Durango High School. He was drawn to the company because it treated its employees like family, he said. What he didn’t realize then was that his family...
  2. The online sports betting company FanDuel will open an in-person sports book at Bally's casino in Atlantic City once the casino's sale to a Rhode Island company is finalized. When that happens, all nine Atlantic City casinos will have...
  3. A stat correction that changed a sack to a tackle for loss in the Chicago Bears-Los Angeles Rams game Monday caused a $997,000 fantasy football heartbreak for...
  4. When Circa Sports director Matt Metcalf would occasionally look over sport-by-sport breakdowns of the action his new betting shop attracted over its first year, mixed martial arts always stood out — and not in a good way. He built Circa Sports on the principle that the books...
  5. The U.S. casino industry is seeking tax and regulatory relief from the government as it tries to recover from the coronavirus outbreak, which cost states more than $2 billion in lost tax revenue while casinos were shut down for four months this year. While 90% of casinos have reopened, they...
  6. Las Vegas Sands is in talks to sell some or all of its Strip assets — the Venetian, Palazzo, and the Sands Expo and Convention Center. A Sands spokesman today confirmed a report by Bloomberg that the company is “exploring the sale of its flagship casinos in Las Vegas.”
  7. The Cromwell, one of a handful of Las Vegas casinos still closed after the coronavirus shutdown was lifted, will open next week, according to a news release from...
  8. Circa Las Vegas owner Derek Stevens is sitting in the massive sports book at his new downtown property. He looks around at the bright lights, projection screens and other features and can’t help soaking it all in.
  9. A forensic expert must examine the personal phone of an Atlantic City casino executive accused of taking valuable data on the Borgata's top customers to his new job at ...
  10. Las Vegas casino owner Michael Gaughan said he hopes the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic is over by the spring, but Las Vegas might not fully recover until 2022.
  11. New Jersey's fast-growing sports betting market blew past its own national record in September, taking in more than $748 million in bets from sports gamblers finally...
  12. A coastal Mississippi city will be among the first sites to launch a hotel and casino backed by a major global...
  13. Sparks businesses are still feeling the effects of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, as more residents test positive and continue to...
  14. City officials said this week that MGM Springfield continues to owe $2.3 million to the city, MassLive reports. The contractual payment has been delayed since...
  15. Citing weak customer demand, Wynn Resorts announced today it is cutting the operating schedule at the Encore to four days a week. The 2,034-room Strip resort will be open Thursdays through Sundays only. After closing at noon Monday, it will be closed until...