Worker Killed While Building Bellagio Grandstand for F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix

A construction worker has died while setting up for the inaugural Formula 1 Las Vegas Grand Prix, taking place Nov. 16-18. According to Las Vegas Metropolitan Police, a man suffered a “major laceration to the neck” while working at the Bellagio fountains on on the Las Vegas strip on Saturday morning. MGM Resorts International is

Casino Crime Round Up: Suspect Arrested for Allegedly Shooting Four Victims at Mississippi Casino Lot

A man was arrested on Tuesday after he was accused of shooting four victims at Mississippi’s Gold Strike Casino Resort on January 22. Mississippi’s Gold Strike Casino Resort, pictured above. A man was arrested for a shooting at the casino. (Image: Tunica Travel) Imani Holly, 19, was apprehended in Knoxville, Tennessee, according to Tennessee’s WHBQ

Pennsylvania Casino Smoking Targeted in New State Legislation

Pennsylvania Rep. Dan Frankel (D-Allegheny) is no fan of smoking exemptions for certain businesses like casinos. For a second year in a row, the Allegheny County Democrat has introduced legislation in the Harrisburg capital that seeks to end the smoking loopholes for casinos and other venues currently immune from the state’s indoor smoking law. Cigarettes

World’s Most Expensive Skydive is Now Over Las Vegas Strip at Night

The fall won’t kill you, but the credit card bill might when you get home. A new attraction, Skydive the Strip: After Sunset, is advertising excursions for $30K a pop starting in late September. That makes it the world’s most expensive skydiving experience, surpassing Everest Skydive Nepal by around $8K. Tandem skydiving isn’t normally safe

Caesars Sportsbook Shows Live Betting Advantage, Says Analyst

Pending Monday Night Football tonight, week one of the 2023 NFL season is in the books and Caesars Entertainment’s (NASDAQ: CZR) showed it might be building a technological advantage over rivals. A Caesars Sportsbook billboard in New York’s Times Square. An analyst says the operator improved latency for in-game betting Sunday. (Image: Newsday) In a

Maryland Casino Revenue Wanes Nearly Five Percent in August, Gamblers Lose $161.4M

Maryland casino revenue last month dropped nearly 5% year-over-year to just shy of $161.4 million. Maryland casino revenue slowed in August 2023 by about 5% year-over-year. Maryland’s six commercial casinos won roughly $161.4 million. (Image: WTOP) The Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency reports that the state’s six casinos won $161.39 million from their slot