Live Poker Hits Another Roadblock in Some States

July 3, 2020

Less than a month after the grand reopening of card rooms, it seems like live poker may be going back to the shelves due to a few concerns raised by state authorities in Nevada and California. According to the governors of both states are of the opinion that there is still a lot that needs to be done to ensure the safety of everyone. Governor Steve Sisolak of Nevada categorically said that if things in the state either got worse or showed no sign of improvement, he would not “hesitate to take any action necessary to protect the public, including… Read More

Las Vegas Casino Executives Discuss Reopening Business

April 17, 2020

It goes without saying that the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has dealt a huge blow to the world’s economy. The retail sector of the gambling industry has been one of the ones that have been impacted most by the pandemic. In renowned gambling hubs such as Las Vegas, Nevada, the industry has lost billions of dollars and this is set to continue for quite some time. Now, casino executives from rival companies in the state have recently held informal talks regarding the potential reopening of business. The goal was to try and forecast and plan for how the gaming hub will… Read More

Casino Workers Say Sexual Harassment Policy Needs to Include Guests

Casino Workers Say Sexual Harassment Policy Needs to Include Guests
May 5, 2018

Steve Wynn’s allegations have the gaming board of Nevada taking a look at sexual harassment policies and laws. Casino industry representatives and workers are asking the Nevada Gaming Control Board to draft a policy that will address sexual harassment in the workplace. CNN recently wrote a column about sexual harassment and whether or not someone is obligated to report the misconduct. The issue with harassment of any kind is getting the right people to take the problem seriously. There are too many cases that run the spectrum of what is or is not harassment. However, the one key is—if an… Read More