Gaming Control Board
Following through on suggestions that any business involved with gaming should not be involved with medical marjuana
Gaming Control Board gives preliminary ok to plan linking play between Nevada and Delaware
While the state Supreme Court considers a rule change to add protections to lawyers who advise clients about medical marijuana issues, casino operators are warning members that marijuana is still considered unlawful by federal authorities.
Casinos lost for the 5th straight year, but revenues were up in 2013
Atari’s 1981 hit Centipede is an antique in the video game world, but it’s the hottest new thing in the casino industry. Slot machine manufacturers are rolling out a raft of games inspired by the penny arcade, hoping to attract middle-aged gamblers with a dose of nostalgia and the promise of finally cashing in on all those hours spent in front of a screen.
The Palazzo hotel-casino on the Las Vegas Strip is trying to evict a 10-month-old nightclub for shows it says are so raunchy that they violate obscenity laws.
State officials say Nevada gambling revenues went down 4.8 percent in June compared with a year earlier.
April was just a little bit of an unlucky month for Nevada casinos
Nevada gambling regulators and police are warning casinos to curb illegal activity at clubs and pool parties as summer kicks into full gear.
Sports fans bet a record $98.9 million at Nevada casinos on the Super Bowl.