Little River Casino Resort (LRCR) recently announced the promotion of Ronald “Ron” Pete to General Manager (GM). Pete served previously as the Assistant General Manager under Wendell Long,
An influential New York state lawmaker is throwing his opposition in the path of a federal proposal that would restore the Wire Act and ban Internet gaming of all kinds.
A proposed center for gaming regulators at UNLV’s Boyd School of Law would provide what former Gaming Control Board chairman Mark Lipparelli sees as an opportunity to bring together gaming regulators from all areas of the gaming industry.
The Cardinals and Twins conclude their four-game home and home series when they meet in Minnesota. A pair of right handers will meet with Jamie Garcia taking the hill for the Redbirds while Mike Pelfrey will toe the rubber for Minnesota.
Several Elvis Tribute Artists, or Elvi as they are called, from all over the country are about to descend on Mesquite, Nevada, as the CasaBlanca Resort and Casino gets set to host th
The IRS plan to have casino companies use their player reward programs to track the taxable winnings of players will create a “logistical nightmare,” American Gaming Association President Geoff Freeman charged Wednesday at a hearing in Washington.
The National Football League poured gasoline and then lit the fire under a familiar issue several days ago when it told several of its players they cannot participate in a fantasy football event scheduled in July at a Las Vegas casino.
Atlanta may be the next major U.S. city to open the door to so-called Las Vegas-style gaming resorts. MGM has confirmed that it is taking a serious look at the possible opportunity there.
Boyd Gaming plans to spend $45 million adding another hotel tower and additional amenities at its Delta Downs racetrack and casino 120 miles east of Houston in Vinton, La.
Atlantic City’s troubled casino industry is hungry for new ideas and the ideas are coming. The problem is that some of them do not appear to make a lot of sense given the fact that existing casinos have been losing business.
Mark Frissora has formally checked in at Caesars Entertainment Corporation where he assumed his duties as president and chief executive officer. Now that he has all those titles, what is he going to do with the job?
Macau operators saw their casino revenues fall to $2.2 billion (17.4 billion patacas) but they managed to beat the 38.3 percent dive that had been the median estimate of six financial analysts.