Tag: Nevada

Inside Gaming: Sands Takeover Rumor Boosts Wynn Stock

"Zero truth" to the rumor said a Wynn spokesman, but the stock jumped up nonetheless.

Where to Play Online Poker Legally in the U.S. for Real Money

The U.S. can seem like a flighty place for poker, but there are options.

Inside Gaming: Bermuda Betting on Casino, Vegas Gambler Still Facing Charges

An island in the Atlantic is weighing the possibility of getting into the gaming business.

Michigan Introduces Online Gaming Legislation

Michigan's Senate Committee is expected to approve online gaming legislation.

New York Could Pass an Online Gaming Bill This Session

An online poker bill in New York appears to have support from both legislative houses.

Inside Gaming: New CFO for Wynn Resorts, Macau Rebound Slows

An executive-level change for Wynn, while Macau's six-month positive run may be ending soon.

WSOP Disputes Inability to Issue ITINs

Players are responsible for getting their own ITINs, even if casinos aren't issuing them.

Inside Gaming: Record Super Bowl Betting; Crown To Build Melbourne Tower

Among the many Super Bowl records set last Sunday was one at the Nevada sportsbooks.

Inside Gaming: Adelson Pulls Out of Vegas Stadium Deal, LV Sands Eyes Asia

Billionaire mogul Adelson withdraws support for Vegas NFL stadium, makes moves elsewhere.

Inside Gaming: Florida Lawmakers Eye Major Gambling Expansion

More games are coming to Florida soon if lawmakers continue to move quickly on a new bill.

Inside Gaming: Atlantic City Casinos Show First Yearly Increase in a Decade

Atlantic City casinos enjoyed their first revenue increase in 10 years, Nevada casinos finally see a profit, and KISS to help open casino in Oklahoma.

U.S. Online Gambling Progress Carries Over into 2017

This first part of this year could be monumental for online gambling.

Inside Gaming: Starbucks Barista's Win Stirs Talk of "Moneymaker Effect" for Sports Betting

Inside Gaming this week shares news of a new casino opening in Sochi, Russia, talks NFL playoffs odds, and highlights an amateur sports bettor's big win.

Online Gambling in the U.S. in 2016: The Battle Isn't Over

Congress passed its final bills of 2016, but there may still be a chance for online gambling legislation in the coming year.

Five Poker Predictions for 2017

The book is closed on 2016 and it's time to look ahead. Here's what could happen in 2017.

Inside Gaming: Caesars Unit's Bankruptcy Exit Plan in Doubt After Lenders Withdraw Support

In a new Inside Gaming, bank lenders threaten Caesars' bankruptcy plan for its largest unit; Argentina sees a huge strike by those in the gaming industry.

Inside Gaming: MGM National Harbor to Open; Big October for Nevada Casinos

MGM National Harbor in Maryland opens next week, Nevada casinos have a big October, a new Atlantic City casino owner sues NJ regulators, and more.

William Hill Accepts First Legal E-Sports Bets in the US

William Hill accepts the first legal real-money wagers on e-sports in the U.S. allowing bets on the outcomes of the 2016 Intel Extreme Masters.

Good For The Game: Saving Atlantic City

The recent U.S. presidential election may have had controversy surrounding presidential-elect Donald Trump, but New Jersey's voters deciding against casino expansion outside of Atlantic City may save it.

READ: Rolling Stone Tells the Tony Carleo ‘Bellagio Bandit’ Story

Tony Carleo, the "Bellagio Bandit," tells Rolling Stone the story of his downfall, from robbing the Bellagio to now serving time in Nevada's Lovelock Correctional Center.