This Week in Gambling: Online poker fails in New York again
After a lot of hope and optimism, online poker will not be considered by the New York State Assembly this year. Not all was lost, however, as another state has regulated fantasy sports. Plus, gambling news from New Jersey and the U.K.
Wyndham Rewards, Caesars Entertainment unite casino loyalty programs
The hotel rewards program has partnered with Total Rewards, improving the perks for members of both programs.
Engaged Nation links land-based and online social gaming
Jerry Epstein, CEO of Engaged Nation, spoke with Casino City on the innovative "edutainment" solution that's bridging the gap between land-based and casual social play, which was worth almost $2 billion in 2015.
Las Vegas prepares for Memorial Day Weekend
With over 328,000 expected over the long weekend, properties on the Strip have planned hotel discounts, dance parties, live DJs and more.
Key changes in store for 2017 World Series of Poker
On the heels of announcing a new agreement with Poker Central and the end of the November Nine Era, the World Series of Poker revealed an array of other key alterations, including a clock rule change, live TV coverage of the Main Event and eight new events.
Caesars Entertainment reveals newly renovated suites, updated website
Guests can view more than 2,000 rooms in Las Vegas, including exclusive villas, and book online via CaesarsSuites.com.
Affinity Gaming announces new Lakeside Casino vice president and general manager
The company has appointed David Monroe as vice president and general manager of Lakeside Hotel & Casino, where he will oversee all aspects of the property, including day-to-day operations, staffing and guest satisfaction.