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Online Gaming Could Hurt Nevada & NJ Casinos

Online Gaming Could Hurt Nevada & NJ Casinos

December 14th, 2013Written by admin

Casino owners in Nevada have been very supportive of online poker sites that the Nevada Gaming Board has approved. While most of them think that extending their services through online poker rooms and casinos can be revenue boosting, some also think that introduction of online gaming can hurt the revenues of brick-and-mortar casinos in Vegas, […]

Vegas to Get Turkish Styled Mall Soon

Vegas to Get Turkish Styled Mall Soon

December 13th, 2013Written by admin

Las Vegas is known for its many themed casinos and nightclubs, most of which are replicas of famous structures from around the world. Joining that list of casinos and clubs is a mall, which will be modeled after the Famous Grand Bazaar in Istanbul, Turkey. The Grand Bazaar is among the largest and oldest markets […]

Old Nevada Casinos Getting New Makeover

Old Nevada Casinos Getting New Makeover

December 10th, 2013Written by admin

Las Vegas has been home to some of the best of casinos from as early as the 1930s. While some of these older casinos of the Sin City have perished with time, some have managed to survive under multiple managements and after being revived a number of times. Even those that exist are finding it […]

Las Vegas Slots Give Away Huge Prizes in November

Las Vegas Slots Give Away Huge Prizes in November

December 9th, 2013Written by admin

It has been less than a month since the Nevada Gaming Board approved the multi-state slots jackpots, and casinos are already giving away huge amounts for jackpots that their slot-playing guests have hit. While it is true that players have won several millions in jackpots, it is not through multi-state slots jackpots. November saw a […]

Nevada Authorities Approve Bigger Multi-State Slots Jackpots

Nevada Authorities Approve Bigger Multi-State Slots Jackpots

December 8th, 2013Written by admin

There is good news for slots game makers and keno companies in Nevada, for the state’s gaming authorities have given their nod allowing slot makers to offer bigger, mega prizes across states. What does this mean? Well, now slots makers and casinos can compete with interstate lotteries by offering the biggest of multi-state jackpots on […]

Las Vegas Strip Casino Revenues Decline in October

Las Vegas Strip Casino Revenues Decline in October

December 7th, 2013Written by admin

Just when it seemed like the casino market was improving, with top casinos reporting profits in September, October comes bearing bad news. The revenue figures for the tenth month of this year were released by the Nevada Gaming Control Board in its monthly report about casino wins and percentage of tax collected by the state. […]

Nightlife, Not Gambling, to Revive Las Vegas

Nightlife, Not Gambling, to Revive Las Vegas

December 6th, 2013Written by admin

The financial downturn that shook up the US economy had not spared Nevada casinos, proving that they, unlike what people thought, are not safe from any kind of economic crisis. The Sin City’s gambling avenues started losing their shimmer, as people across the country lost jobs and homes. But all that is past and the […]

Tropicana to Get New Retailers as Part of $100 Million Makeover

Tropicana to Get New Retailers as Part of $100 Million Makeover

December 5th, 2013Written by admin

One of the biggest casinos on the Las Vegas Strip, The Tropicana Las Vegas casino and resort is getting a $100 million makeover and several new retailers soon. According to the CEO and Chairman of the group Alex Yemmenidjian, the project will break ground only next year and if “god-willing”, as he said, should be […]

Nevada and Delaware Mulling Over Online Gambling Compact

Nevada and Delaware Mulling Over Online Gambling Compact

November 22nd, 2013Written by admin

With just two of its online poker sites being active at present, Nevada was counting on interstate gambling to increase its customer base. According to a recent report, Nevada state officials are discussing the possibility of an online gambling compact with Delaware state officials. Delaware is the second state after Nevada to have its own, […]

Gaming Dynamics Are Changing in Vegas Casinos

Gaming Dynamics Are Changing in Vegas Casinos

November 22nd, 2013Written by admin

Over the past few years, guests at the Las Vegas casinos are not spending as much as they used to before, due to the damaging effects of the recession. The financial crisis had taken a toll even on the casinos, which have now become selective about the gambling options they offer to their visitors in […]

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