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Nevada Gaming Revue Rebounds

State officials say Nevada casino revenue jumped 15 percent in February compared with a year earlier, led by big gains on the Las Vegas Strip.


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Gaming Revenue Sets New Record

Casinos in Macau took in more than $3.9 billion during March. How does that compare with Las Vegas?


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Wynn Plans New Hotel/Casino

Wynn Resorts has unveiled plans for a new casino resort in Massachusetts.


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Madness Pays Off For Vegas Sportsbooks

Las Vegas is very happy about this past weekend’s March Madness.


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Nevada Gov. Pushes Interstate Online Gambling Bill

Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval is using the low-grade rivalry between Las Vegas and Atlantic City to encourage lawmakers to pass a bill that could expand the state’s online gambling market nationwide.


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Nevada Gambling Revenues Up 10 Percent In December

December was a good month for Nevada casinos.


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Sports Books Profit From Super Bowl

Nevada’s sports book operators say they’ll make a profit on the Super Bowl.


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Gaming Chief Stepping Down

The 27 year head of the American Gaming Association is stepping down.


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Gaming Revenues Still Rising

Nevada state gambling revenues are continuing a slight upward trend, with officials reporting that casinos won almost 2 percent more in October compared with the same month a year ago.


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Sportsbook Official: Sunday Was ‘Worst Single’ Day For Vegas Sportsbooks Paying Out NFL Bets

As millions of Americans head to the polls today, it is a day of recovery for sportsbooks in Las Vegas, many of which may have considered this past weekend’s slate of NFL games as “Black Sunday.”





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