Legal sports betting is already having a big impact on the gaming industry, but it’s also positive for many other stakeholders.
The one-year anniversary of legalized US sports betting outside of Nevada is here. But with it comes a number of new challenges going into year two.
Vegas is always changing–part of the appeal that can be as frustrating as it is exciting, and visitors should expect changes at both Caesars & MGM Resorts.
Rumor has it that Caesars Entertainment may be selling the Rio Las Vegas hotel to Michael Fascitelli of Imperial Companies.
Sports betting is going mainstream, and one sportsbook operator is about to ink a deal giving the world a window into what that’s going to look like.
Numbers from Nevada show it’s still the gold standard for US sports betting. But New Jersey is a hot competitor because of its mobile sports betting.
The first weekend of March Madness has always been popular in Las Vegas. The city has changed, and so has watching and wagering on the games.
Westgate Las Vegas moved the beginning entry day for the NFL SuperContest to March from July, allowing the casino to capitalize on March Madness visitors
In January, the six states other states with legal sports betting accepted more bets than Nevada for the first time, but the numbers mean more than that.
February 2019 was not kind to poker pro Phil Ivey. Ivey suffered a significant setback in his ongoing legal battle and lost his namesake Vegas poker room.