Wynn Resorts is redesigning its proposed $1.6 billion resort casino in Everett. The updates were part of Wynn’s first status report to state regulators since besting Mohegan Sun for the lucrative Boston-area casino license last month.
Trump Entertainment Resorts is dropping its threat to close Atlantic City’s Taj Mahal casino on Nov. 13. The company said it still cannot guarantee the Taj Mahal won’t close by the end of the year, but said it will remain open throughout November.
Full House Resorts Inc., the casino and hotel operator, said Wednesday that it is putting itself up for sale. The company, based in Las Vegas, evaluated strategic alternatives and decided that a sale was the best move. It is working on finding a buyer.
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New Jersey’s lawmakers decided not to wait for a judge’s ruling regarding sports betting and late last week passed a bill that would partially repeal the state’s ban on sports wagering. Gov. Chris Christie immediately signed the bill.
With just two weeks remaining before the nation goes to the polls, a number of politically-charged decisions are being pushed to the back-burner. Including the decision in New York State on the four upstate casinos that will be granted licenses.
Full House Resorts Inc. (FLL), currently under pressure from some well-known dissident shareholders, has been seeking strategic options for several months from Dan Lee, the advisor, and now looks to answer concerns of Dan Lee, the dissident.
Both the City of Revere and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers are suing the Massachusetts Gaming Commission for their decision to award the single Boston-area casino license to Wynn Resorts Ltd. (WYNN) in Everett.
Pinnacle Entertainment Inc. (PNK) has announced the opening of a new gaming terrace at its Belterra Park Gaming & Entertainment Center in Indiana.
The West Virginia Racing Commission is petitioning the state legislature for the authority to set the number of live racing days at the state’s racetracks. Currently, the tracks are struggling to meet the number of live racing days mandated by state law.
The money is just about split – more than $16 million on each side – in the battle for Colorado voters to determine whether a racetrack in Aurora should have casino gambling.