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    Las Vegas Sands Corp. has agreed to pay a $2 million fine to settle allegations involving accounting violations in China and AML failures in Las Vegas, local media reports. The fine was announced by the Nevada Gaming Control Board on Wednesday. According to the regulator, Sands did not admit or deny any of the allegations […]

    Resorts World Las Vegas to begin construction in 16Q4

    Resorts World general counsel Gerald Gardner has told the Nevada Gaming Control Board that full-scale construction will get underway in earnest in the fourth quarter this year, with site activity starting to increase this summer. Gardner told officials that the $4 billion resort is expected to be completed by 2019, a year later than previously […]

    First application filed to operate regulated Fantasy Sports in Nevada

    American Gaming Association Hall of Famer, Vic Salerno, has applied to the Nevada Gaming Commission for an off-track, pari-mutuel Sports System Operator’s license.  The license, if approved, would enable Salerno’s new company, US Fantasy (USF), to be the first to offer fans a full variety of Fantasy Sports contests through casinos within Nevada. Salerno had […]