Current Gaming Research News
"In the Shade of the Royal Oak" explores UNLV's historic gaming literature from the 17th and 18th centuries.
A collection of news stories from the new year highlighting the experts and events at UNLV.
BYU professor presents Eadington lecture on the research he uncovered at UNLV Libraries.
A collection of news stories featuring the people and programs of UNLV.
A collection of stories featuring UNLV’s continued flexibility and adaptability in the face of COVID-19.
A collection of news stories highlighting the staff and students of UNLV who exemplify what it means to be a Rebel, even from home.
Gaming Research In The News
The world of sports betting is heating up, and the Walt Disney Company is considering making a wager.
About five years into a state takeover, the city is about halfway to getting some relief from paying off past mistakes, state documents show.
The folks behind The Last Dance, the 10-part documentary on Micheal Jordan and the championship Chicago Bulls, are pointing their cameras at 10-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner Doyle Brunson.
Slot play in Nevada’s casinos dropped like a rock when the Great Recession hit.
According to figures from the Nevada Gaming Control Board, Silver State casinos raked in $1,230,165,971, the highest figure for the casinos since they beat gamblers for $1,164,875,043 in October 2007.
The pandemic-driven absence of international flights to and from Las Vegas has removed one of the gaming industry’s most lucrative business segments, leading airport leaders, tourism officials and gaming insiders to push for the U.S. to reopen for travel from key destinations.