Woman hits $834K jackpot at Paris Las Vegas

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October 23, 2021 – 1:56 pm One lucky winner hit an $834,091 jackpot at Paris Las Vegas on Friday. The woman, who asked not to be identified, said she was in town for a wedding and won the money after about five minutes at a Mississippi Stud table, the casino said in a statement on…

NFL Academy in London Prepares for Games / US College Summer Camps

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The NFL Academy which is based in London, England offers over 80 teens who are mostly from Great Britain the opportunity to train, study, and practice in hopes of earning a scholarship to play American football for a University in the United States. This program was launched approximately 2 years ago, and the NFL Academy…

New restaurant brings Mexican coastal cuisine to Wynn Las Vegas

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Casa Playa, specializing in Mexican coastal cuisine, has opened at Wynn Las Vegas. Adjacent to the Encore Beach Club, Casa Playa is designed to evoke Mexico’s tiny seaside spots serving fresh grilled seafood. The decor celebrates the culture, with lively colors and patterns and such accents as two lighting fixtures representing cascading marigolds. The menu…

Las Vegas Sands defends against $12B Claim in Macau

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In an ongoing saga that would be of paramount interest to any aspiring screenwriter, a lead accountant for Las Vegas Sands recently told a court in Macau that the alleged value of a claim filed in 2019 and dating back to actions and decisions as far back as 2001 is “exaggerated” and unjustified from an…

DraftKings gets extension to pursue $22.5B takeover deal

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Entain PLC, MGM Resorts International’s joint venture partner in BetMGM, is giving DraftKings one more month to make its $22.5 billion takeover offer formal, the company announced Tuesday. Entain said in a statement Tuesday that the company’s board has been in discussions with DraftKings to explore the “merits and feasibility” of a potential deal. In…

After years of hope, future of north Strip still in flux

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The north edge of the Strip, for years a sleepy stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard, got a big boost of momentum this year. Resorts World Las Vegas debuted in June to an estimated crowd of 20,000 visitors and 5,000 VIPs. Huge crowds waited outside to get in on opening night, and the 3,500-room casino resort…

Gamintec Integrates ZingAI To Guide Player Journeys

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Casino and sports software solution provider Gamingtec announced yesterday it has partnered with ZingBrain to enhance the player experience at the white label casinos and increase revenues for the label owners.Gamingtec is a white label provider, game aggregator, and purveyor of Casino 360 and Aspercasino – two full turnkey gambling sites launched by the company…

The Palms’ new owners share property plans for the 1st time

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HIGHLAND, Calif. — The Palms’ soon-to-be owners are ready to get to work. Several months after announcing a $650-million deal to buy the Palms from Red Rock Resorts, the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians shared details for the first time publicly about its plans to reshape and reopen the off-Strip resort. San Manuel is…

Genting Malaysia set to invest $150m more in Empire Resorts

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Genting Malaysia (GENM) has opened the financial floodgates just a crack for its wholly owned subsidiary, Genting ER II (Empire Resorts) by authorizing up to $150m In series L subscriptions. The cash infusion should help the Delaware corporation with properties in New York state repay debts and prepare for increased footfall and new revenues with…

$120M sale of Strip-front property approved

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It took some time for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority to wrap up the $120 million 10-acre land deal unanimously approved Tuesday by the organization’s board of directors. But LVCVA President and CEO Steve Hill said it was worth the pandemic-induced wait, noting that after around 1½ years, the deal was finally reached…

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