Foxwoods CEO pushing for 24-hour drinking
Vegas Sports Books | Bettors could have really stuck Vegas sports books with a good size loss if they had all bet with the same intensity they showed in the first 14 weeks of the NFL season.
Hacking into the Las Vegas Sands Corp. computer network could cost the company $40 million or more, according to a story in Businessweek by the investigative team of Michael Riley and Ben Elgin.
University of Nevada Las Vegas will be the world’s center for gaming law interpretation, if plans for the creation of a new academic center, dedicated to gaming regulation, are approved.
A division of Malaysia’s Genting Bhd, called Genting Singapore Plc, has announced it plans to break ground on its South Korean project in Jeju by the second quarter of 2015.
Gaming Insider | Nevada’s ace in the hole seldom gets the public attention it deserves as new gaming venues blossom around the world from Massachusetts to Macau.
All the gambling news in New York has been focused on the four casino licenses the state will be awarding within the next few days, but the most recent fuss is coming out of Nassau County.