Wynn Resorts reported Monday fourth-quarter earnings and sales that topped Wall Street forecasts, and as a result shares of Wynn Resorts and other casino giants such as Las Vegas Sands reached multi-year highs.
When you hear talk of “gaming” in Nevada, the first thing most people think of is a smoky casino floor filled with slot machines. But that’s changing with the rise of competitive video gaming in the region.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Move aside one-armed bandits. The casino floor is making room for game zones with over-sized popping dice, digital spinning Big Six wheels and virtual roulette with an eye on adding arcade-style video games in the near future.