Casino Tweets You Missed This Week
In the week of the Westgate Las Vegas fire, TravelZork brings you the top 9 casino tweets that you missed this week.
Many were shocked to see The Westgate caught fire this week as a discarded cigarette started a fire on the pool deck. Thankfully only one person was injured, as they attempted to extinguish the flames. Elsewhere, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority announced plans to buy and operate the Las Vegas monorail. In a week of debuts, Caesars Entertainment and ESPN debuted a brand new state of the art studio at the Linq, and Love Island USA debuted from its new home at The Cromwell Hotel and Casino.
1. The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is buying the Monorail.
2. Visitor spending and tipping is down in Vegas.
Diplomatic AF. “One part-time Strip restaurant worker, who was granted anonymity to protect her job, said tips have fallen about 75 percent since the pandemic began.” https://t.co/FE1fnS73B6— Vital Vegas (@VitalVegas) August 25, 2020
3. Caesars debuted the new 6,000 square foot ESPN studio at The Linq.
We're excited to debut the all-new 6,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art @espn studio at @TheLINQ. Tune in to ESPN to now catch Vegas-exclusive sports betting and entertainment news to fans around the world. More information ➡️ https://t.co/yNviTZOC7D pic.twitter.com/zekIznh1yE— Caesars Entertainment (@CaesarsEnt) August 24, 2020