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This Week in Gambling: Casinos, sport bets, buffets and gambling news

3 Jun 2021

We have an exciting week of gambling news as most Las Vegas casinos have reopened without coronavirus restrictions... most, but not all. And what will happen to Las Vegas buffets as we recover from the pandemic? Plus, sports betting continues to expand and adds two more states to the regulated majority.

Several weeks ago, Governor Steve Sisolak promised Las Vegas casinos would be fully open by June 1st. Now, Nevada regulators confirm that all restrictions in place for the Coronavirus have ended. The Nevada Gaming Control Board has confirmed that as of midnight, 1 June, “…none of Nevada’s counties will retain social distancing or occupancy limitations that would apply to a gaming licensee.”

Meanwhile, at least three Station Casinos remain closed indefinitely. Texas Station Gambling Hall and Hotel, Fiesta Rancho Casino Hotel and Fiesta Henderson Casino Hotel remain shuttered, and they don’t plan to open anytime soon. Station Casinos cited the “uncertain economic conditions” across the state associated with the tourism industry. However, they have opened other properties after the coronavirus shutdown. Those include Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa, Sunset Station Hotel and Casino, Santa Fe Station Hotel & Casino, Palace Station Hotel and Casino, Wildfire Gaming, Green Valley Ranch Resort, Spa and Casino, and Boulder Station Hotel & Casino.

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