Alan Feldman In The News

Las Vegas Review Journal
May 4, 2021
People planning to visit Las Vegas for the 2022 NFL draft can expect to pay up to three times as much for a night on the Strip compared with rates in May.
Associated Press
May 3, 2021
To Mike Anger in Midland, Michigan, a $100 round-trip airline flight and $260 for five nights at a Las Vegas hotel made it too easy to say yes.
The Independent
May 3, 2021
Las Vegas has been jammed lately with pandemic-weary tourists looking for excitement and entertainment.
Washington Post
May 1, 2021
To Mike Anger in Midland, Michigan, a $100 round-trip airline flight and $260 for five nights at a Las Vegas hotel made it too easy to say yes.
K.V.V.U. T.V. Fox 5
April 30, 2021
Nevada secured $1.06 billion in gaming revenue in March, breaking a record dating back to February 2013. The revenue surprised tourism and gaming experts with the extent of Las Vegas' rebound.
Daily Mail
April 29, 2021
Las Vegas casinos are roaring back to life, posting their best month in eight years as the vaccine rollout and pandemic fatigue spur gamblers to return to the tables and slots.
SBC News
April 22, 2021
In the inaugural episode of the Safe Bet Show, Lycka sits down with Alan Feldman (Distinguished Fellow, Responsible Gaming at UNLV International Center for Gaming Regulation) to discuss all things safer gambling.
Gambling News
April 16, 2021
A new report on sports betting in the US delivered strong recommendations for sportsbook operators not to advertise their products to vulnerable people, and for media outlets to distinguish between licensed and illegal gambling websites.