Keeping its hope of hosting a massive gaming event alive amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Japan’s Nagasaki prefecture is going to commence the process of recruiting an integrated resort (IR) partner by the end of this month.
Gaming officials in Maine have worked out a safety plan that is expected to help mitigate the possibility of another wave of COVID-19 infections, paving the way for the state’s two gaming facilities, namely Hollywood Casino and Oxford Casino, to reopen their doors to the general public as soon as later this week.
Plainridge Park Casino will likely be the first gambling and entertainment property in Massachusetts to resume operations following the months-long COVID-19 shutdown, as the state has already entered Phase 3 of its reopening plan.
The luxury gambling and entertainment venue “The Venetian Las Vegas” has refuted social media reports suggesting that the venue has plans to close its door again following the Fourth of July (July 4) weekend because of COVID-19 concerns.
Mario Kontomerkos, chief executive officer for Montville-headquartered Mohegan Gaming & Entertainment (MGE), has expressed hope that the integrated resorts market will bounce back quickly from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Wynn Macau Limited, one of Macau’s leading operators of luxury integrated resort casinos, has proclaimed that it has no involvement in a new hotel project that is being developed by an auxiliary unit of Genting Hong Kong Limited.
The massive hotel project in question is being developed by China’s state-owned real estate contractor China Civil Engineering Construction Corp (CCECC) on a waterfront site at Macau peninsula's Nam Van area.
In response to emergence of thousands of new COVID-19 cases, California Governor Gavin Newsom ordered certain businesses, including cardrooms, to temporarily close down indoor operations in several counties of the country’s most populous state.
After remaining in the dark for 108 days due to COVID-19 lockdown, Atlantic City casinos are once again welcoming eager gamblers, thanks to New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy’s permission to reopen the facilities.
Wyomissing, Pennsylvania-headquartered Penn National Gaming Incorporated has recently announced the reopening of more than 70 per cent of its casinos following corona virus-induced shutdown, but thousands of its employees will likely not be around long enough to celebrate as the entertainment giant has warned of permanent layoffs.
Wind Creek Bethlehem has announced that its casino on the city's South Side will reopen its doors to the members of the general public on 29th of June, more than three months after it suspended operations to help mitigate the transmission of the deadly corona virus.