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UNLV and Caesars Entertainment Create Innovative Technology Hub to Test and Showcase New Gaming and Hospitality Concepts

The 43,000 square-foot “Black Fire Innovation” space will include replicated elements of a Caesars casino and resort to provide real-life conditions for product testing and a place for students to train to enter the workforce of the future.

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