Las Vegas Joins National Outcry On Deadly Police Force After Tyre Nichols’s Death

Law professors and others with ties to Las Vegas and the gaming sector are adding their voices to the outrage over the deadly beating of Tyre Nichols in Memphis, Tenn. Some Memphis police officers stand near Tyre Nichols after he was brutally attacked, pictured above. Five officers were arrested. (Image: Memphis Police) Five Memphis police

GeoComply Seeks Injunction Against Geolocation Rival XPoint in Federal Court

GeoComply Solutions, a technology company that provides cybersecurity solutions to verify a user’s identity and location, is seeking an injunction in federal court against a competitor it claims has infringed on its patent for geolocation services it provides to gaming operators. A map produced by GeoComply Solutions shows the geolocation transactions it handled for sports

Nevada Gov. Joe Lombardo Holding Talks On A’s Las Vegas Move

Newly elected Nevada Governor Joe Lombardo reportedly met with officials from the Oakland Athletics regarding the club’s potential move to Las Vegas, which could affect Strip sites currently occupied by casino-hotels. Nevada. Gov. Joe Lombardo. He’s rumored to be talking to the Oakland A’s about a move to Las Vegas. (Image: CNN) The Republican governor

Texas Survey Shows Overwhelming Support for Casinos, Expanded Gambling in the State

Three quarters of a sample of Texas residents surveyed this month back a proposed bill that would set up limited gaming properties in the state. The Texas state capitol building in Austin, pictured above. Voter support for expanded gambling is evident in a recent survey. The first step in the enactment process requires support from