Alan Feldman In The News

Profile: Alan Feldman

June 10, 2021
The stakes could not be higher as the Strip tries to emerge from the shadow of the pandemic and the first crop of shows face a challenging reality: It is hard to open shows without tourists, and it’s hard to draw tourist without shows.
June 3, 2021
The Nevada Gaming Commission has amended its regulations to require the state to establish and maintain a self-exclusion list for internet gaming sites.
June 1, 2021
World of Concrete — the convention that is staging the bricklaying competition — is the first large, in-person trade show scheduled in the United States since the coronavirus pandemic began. The stakes are high, even for a city accustomed to high stakes.
June 1, 2021
The Nevada Gaming Commission will soon allow players to barre themselves from playing online casino games and online poker games. This is the first time that regulators in the state will attempt to keep a register of self-excluded online players.
May 29, 2021
The Nevada Gaming Commission took an unprecedented step to curb problem gaming this month: Allowing those who want to control their gambling impulses to put themselves on a list that prevents them from being able to play online games.
May 28, 2021
After months of pandemic shutdowns and restrictions, Las Vegas is finally ready for a full reopening of its hotel-resorts, casinos and restaurants. Starting on Tuesday at 12:01 AM, vaccinated people will not have to wear masks or practice social distancing.
May 27, 2021
After months of pandemic shutdowns and restrictions, Las Vegas is finally ready for a full reopening of its hotel-resorts, casinos and restaurants. Starting on Tuesday at 12:01 AM, vaccinated people will not have to wear masks or practice social distancing.
May 27, 2021
People ready to declare Las Vegas is “back” are a bit premature, experts in and around Nevada’s gaming and tourism industries say.