Attorneys seeking release of Malaysian businessman accused in illegal World Cup betting scheme.
Nevada officials say casino revenues shot up more than 14 percent in June thanks to a banner month on the Las Vegas Strip.
Suspects from Malaysia, China and Hong Kong allegedly ran an illegal gambling ring from high-roller suites in Caesars Palace.
The company took impairment write-offs and cotes the slump in Atlantic City for its big losses in the final quarter of 2013.
The state’s biggest sports book says it will also pursue an IPO.
“This strip is going to become a lot more like downtown,” according to David Schwartz, Director of the Center for Gaming at UNLV.
Northeastern U.S. casinos increasingly are tapping a shared intelligence network
Panel hires WhiteSand Gaming as a consultant.
The 2,900 square foot digs overlook the Colorado.
Gambling revenue dropped 8 percent in July compared with the earlier