Las Vegas casino sale news is on fire. From shake-ups at MGM Resorts and Caesars properties to rumors up and down the Strip, here’s a quick breakdown.
Casino tech and trends from the 2019 Global Gaming Expo include new ways to bet on sports, new bar top gaming machines and skill-based games.
Player loyalty club Caesars Rewards is introducing two new levels of Diamond status. Diamond Plus and Diamond Elite go into effect beginning February 2020.
Mohegan Gaming has entered into an agreement to operate the 60,000-square foot casino at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas when it opens in late 2020.
After years of rumors, Caesars has sold Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas for $516.3 million. The buyers are a group controlled in principal by Imperial Companies.
Aristocrat is shaking up bar top gaming with the release of the new Winner’s World multi-game machines. Buffalo slots are the newest game at bars.
MGM Resorts International will be updating and streamlining its M Life Rewards loyalty club beginning October 1. The changes will mostly impact Las Vegas.
The mychoice players club is now available at Penn National Gaming casinos. Get details on all its exciting benefits and rewards for cardholders.
Once the deal between Eldorado and Caesars is done, Eldorado Resorts Club One will merge with Caesars Rewards next year, benefitting members of both.
The Meruelo Group purchased SLS Las Vegas in 2018 and is spending $150 million to bring the Sahara name back to the Strip. Take a look at the new plans.