Wynn Las Vegas, one of the most popular gambling & entertainment property on the Strip in Paradise, Nevada, has announced that it has put new security measures in place to deal with increasing violence.
Billionaire Steve Wynn’s defamation lawsuit against the Associated Press (AP) and a wire service reporter had been dismissed by Clark County District Court around a couple of years back, but the suit could be revived in the Supreme Court of Nevada.
Continuing to struggle in the wake of the COVID-19 shutdown, Wynn Resorts’ Macau hotel and casino business is suffering a loss of nearly $2 million per day with revenue down 97.6 per cent in the first two months of the second quarter of the current fiscal year.
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.
Encore Boston Harbor Resort & Casino has announced plans to reduce its full-time workforce by 10 per cent and cut ties with part-timers as the deadly corona virus pandemic dealt a big blow to the Wynn Resorts-owned property’s revenues and profits.