Harrah’s New Orleans Casino, the only land-based commercial gambling and entertainment venue in Louisiana, has confirmed that it will reopen its doors to the public on coming Saturday, June 13th, following months-long COVID-19 pandemic caused shutdown.
Ronald Baumann, Caesars Entertainment Corporation’s top regional executive, has been granted an initial casino key employee license and approval for his appointment by the New Jersey Casino Control Commission to serve as regional president and chief executive of Caesars Atlantic City, Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City and Bally’s Atlantic City.
More than two dozen Native American tribes in California have filed a lawsuit against the Golden State, demanding more time to collect signatures to place a sports betting ballot referendum initiative before voters.
When Macau’s casinos will eventually get back to normal following COVID19-induced strict health protocols and travel bans, mass market gamers will probably not like the potential changes, Morgan Stanley market analysts underlined in their latest report.
Gaming compacts for two Oklahoma tribes, namely the Comanche Nation and the Otoe-Missouria Tribe, have finally been approved by the United States Department of the Interior (DOI).
The Chinese government’s newly announced directive that urges its citizens not to travel to Australia threatens to render the under construction $2.2 billion casino complex project on Sydney harbor a “White Elephant”, industry experts warned.
Gambling floor and certain other amenities at The LINQ Hotel & Casino will once again be available to the public starting coming Friday, June 12th, American gambling and entertainment giant Caesars Entertainment Corporation confirmed.
MGM Resorts International’s Luxor Hotel & Casino and The Shoppes at Mandalay Bay Place will be reopened to the members of the public later this month, the entertainment giant announced after experiencing strong opening weekend in Las Vegas.
Eldorado Resorts’ $17.3 billion proposed acquisition of Caesars Entertainment will be discussed by Indiana gaming regulators in July, putting an end to repeated delays forced by the COVID-19 pandemic in dealing with the massive transaction.
Private Equity majors are closely watching companies in distress, economic activity going bad, higher demand for money to fund expansion and they are ready to hunt for bargains. As per a report published by the Telegraph, nearly 70 percent of private equity firms said that they are evaluating deals to buy companies (or acquire majority stake) in distress. While economists are arguing over V-shaped or U-shaped recovery for the economy, private equity firms have set their eyes on the best bargain they can get for their money.