Las Vegas

Although Macau surpassed the Las Vegas Strip in 2006 and is still the reining revenue champion, Las Vegas is still king of the game in many ways with more visitors arriving each year, as well as pioneering the concept of integrated casino resorts. Three of the four US-listed companies that operate in China also call Las Vegas home - Las Vegas Sands Corp., Wynn Resorts Ltd., and MGM Resorts International. Any move by the big players in Sin City has an effect on operations all over the world. World Casino News covers The Strip and Glitter Gulch as casinos open and close, C-Suite Executives rise and fall, and as Downtown is revitalized by important operators into a more sophisticated gambling and entertainment zone.

Follow the news here to stay abreast of changes as Wynn expands, properties change operations to accommodate millenials, and game manufacturers consolidate through mergers & acquisitions. We've got Las Vegas covered for you.

Red Rock Resorts Incorporated starts Station Casino Durango building work

In the western American state of Nevada and casino operator Red Rock Resorts Incorporated has reportedly commenced construction on a new $750 million facility for the southwestern suburbs of Las Vegas. Accor...

Nevada Gaming Commission signs off on Palms Casino Resort sale

The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians is reportedly well on its way to becoming the first Native American tribe with a Las Vegas casino resort after having its deal to purchase the Palms Casino Resort unanimou...