American hospitality & entertainment giant MGM Resorts International has confirmed that it has withdrawn its lawsuit against the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) that was filed in 2017 after Connecticut allowed its two native tribes to jointly construct a casino in East Windsor.
Atlantic City casinos’ collective gross gaming revenue (GGR) for the month of March totaled more than $184 million, representing the gaming industry’s strong recovery from the devastating impact of COVID-19 pandemic.
Travelers United, a nonprofit organization (NGO) that represents travelers’ interests, has confirmed that it has filed a lawsuit against MGM Resorts International, accusing the casino giant of deceiving customers by hiding real resort fees.
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.
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.
Osaka officials confirmed on Thursday that they pushed back the request-for-proposal (RFP) deadline for Integrated Resort (IR) project by another six months, a move that is expected to delay the opening of a casino in the city until 2028.
While some casino industry experts have repeatedly warned that the ongoing violent protests in Las Vegas could discourage guests from heading back to casinos in the city, casino operators have declared that their reopening plans are still on track and they will not be deferred.