The interesting news in Las Vegas this week was all over the place. Surprisingly, the first piece of big news in Las Vegas wasn’t casino related. After a couple of months in the rumor mill, the Las Vegas-based UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) was finally purchased.
Earlier this week I saw an article on Eater that had a very detailed overview of renovations coming to Palace Station. The information was almost too detailed not to be true. However, the exclusive news wasn’t available anywhere else and I wanted to see if this was indeed true
Just like a young woman who is not quite ready for primetime, so goes the way over at Steve Wynn’s new crown jewel Wynn Palace. Set for an early 2016 opening date, the date was pushed back again to June 25th.
After speculation and somewhat of confirmation from the SLS and Starwood, it appears as though the transformation of the Lux tower into the first W Las Vegas is well underway with construction walls up and certain rooms not available.
Despite the rapidly growing popularity of eSports around the world, it’s just reaching this city that sees over 42 million tourists a year. Today we’ll look at what eSports is, who enjoys it and why it matters to Las Vegas.
The NHL held a press conference at Encore on Wednesday at 1 p.m. local time. The annual press conference is normally something reserved for diehard hockey fans. This year was different. Very different.
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