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Casinos and Gaming
Macau, which is a major force in the gaming community, turns 20 but the next 20 years may look a lot different. Contessa Brewer reports.
Contessa Brewer reports from Las Vegas on how sports betting is increasing from the palm of your hands.
MGM Resorts will be selling the iconic Bellagio Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas to Blackstone in a four billion dollar deal. Contessa Brewer has more for us.
There’s a new casino opening up outside of Boston and both Wynn Resorts and the Massachusetts town are making a big bet if this casino can transform an industrial town. Contessa Brewer reports.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission will allow Wynn Resorts to retain its gaming license but will fine the company $35 million over a MeToo scandal. Contessa Brewer has more.
As more states move to legalize sports betting, Contessa Brewer examines how Americans can get a piece of the action, whether that be through sports books or new mobile gaming platforms.
Jane Wells takes a look at what the gaming sector is doing to make sure its luck doesn’t run out.
An oversaturation of casinos in Atlantic City and in surrounding states has led to a wary outlook for the resort town.
It wasn’t just Denver Bronco fans who had a tough Super Bowl weekend this year. A gambler is suing a Las Vegas casino after he lost $500,000 playing blackjack and pai gow, arguing he should not pay his debt because the establishment in question got him drunk. 52-year-old Californian Mark Johnston is suing the Downtown …