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NFL selects Caesars Home entertainment as very first gambling establishment sponsor

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The NFL entered a collaboration with Caesars Entertainment today, the league’s very first authorities casino sponsor. The multiyear offer, nevertheless, does not include sports betting or fantasy football.

The plan starts with this weekend’s playoffs and is worth $30 million annually for three years, a person with knowledge of the contract informs The Associated Press. The person spoke on condition of anonymity due to the fact that the league has actually not announced particular terms.

This newest development belongs to a dizzying turnabout for the league. For several years, the league insisted gambling was one of the biggest hazards to its presence.

Caesars will make use of its residential or commercial properties, celeb chefs, music artists and other home entertainment platforms to provide NFL fans with “distinct experiences.”

Caesars will have special rights to NFL trademarks in the U.S. and UK, consisting of the Super Bowl and draft. Caesars will host parts of the 2020 draft.

The Cowboys, Ravens, Saints, Falcons, Eagles, Bears, Raiders, Jets, Lions and Seahawks currently have marketing agreements with casinos. Caesars Entertainment is heavily into sports books operations and has locations in New Jersey and Mississippi, in addition to Nevada. It has actually prepared one in Pennsylvania.

With the expansion of sports wagering to other states made possible by in 2015’s Supreme Court judgment, other betting business have actually reached collaborations with leagues. Last year, MGM Resorts ended up being the official betting partner of the NBA, the NHL and Big League Baseball.

Attempts by Las Vegas to advertise on the Super Bowl were rebuffed repeatedly in the past due to the fact that the city has casino betting and sports betting. 3 years back, the NFL canceled a fantasy sports convention that then-Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo was assisting arrange due to the fact that it was going to be held in a convention location nearby to a Las Vegas gambling establishment.

Things started changing in 2017 when the NHL put a group in Las Vegas, the first significant sports franchise for the city. They altered a lot more when the city tempted the Raiders beginning in 2020 with a $1.9 billion stadium developed throughout the freeway from the Mandalay Bay hotel-casino. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell attended the groundbreaking for the brand-new stadium and later awarded Las Vegas the 2020 NFL draft.

AP Sports Writer Tim Dahlberg and Pro Football Writer Barry Wilner contributed to this report.

Sun on the Strip Podcast: Sports and Vegas entertainment


Steve Marcus Vegas Golden Knights goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury (29) makes a save during the second duration of a game against the Chicago Blackhawks at T-Mobile Arena Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018.

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Sun on the Strip December 12, 2018 The Golden Knights and sports on the Strip, Eataly at

Park MGM, The Hair Salon at Cosmopolitan and more. On this episode of the Sun on the Strip, entertainment writer Brock

Radke welcomes Las Vegas Sun handling editor Ray Brewer to talk about all today’s Strip home entertainment news: The Vegas Golden Knights are the hottest ticket on the Strip and are changing the face of Vegas home entertainment at T-Mobile Arena. Visiting Eataly, the massive Italian market and dining location at Park MGM. Clique Hospitality is opening The Hair salon at the Cosmopolitan. Building and construction is under way for the new Smith & Wollensky steakhouse at the Venetian’s Grand Canal Shoppes. The Flamingo is now offering bunk & bed suites and spaces. Drake will carry out at XS Nightclub for the very first time during CES. Woman Gaga, Van Morrison and John Fogerty have added brand-new show dates for 2019.

The Las Vegas Bowl continues to help set the standard for sports entertainment

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. The Vegas Golden Knights have been offered a lot of credit for injecting lots of Vegas-style home entertainment into hockey games at T-Mobile Arena, and deservedly so. In the team’s inaugural season, just its winning ways created more buzz in the NHL than the pregame shows and lively, loud atmosphere produced around house ice.

However big-time sports events had a beast existence in Las Vegas prior to the Knights stormed the Strip and the officials presenting those events have always had a method of intensifying the entertainment surrounding the game. One fantastic example is the Las Vegas Bowl, which will start college football’s bowl season on Saturday, December 15, when Arizona State plays Fresno State at Sam Boyd Stadium.

Held every December at the 40,000-capacity stadium because 1992, the video game uses all the pageantry and custom of college football with plenty of additional Vegas– and it begins well before kickoff. When the groups get here on Tuesday, the players will be welcomed by an Elvis impersonator and the coaches and their spouses will be feted with a reception and aerial trip of Las Vegas by means of Maverick Helicopters. Another welcome reception is set for Wednesday at downtown’s renowned Fremont Street Experience and Friday’s yearly Kickoff Luncheon will be held at the Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel featuring visitor speaker Trent Dilfer. The pep rally on Fremont Street sets the tone Friday night for Saturday’s Bud Light fan fest, a huge tailgate experience featuring live music, food, games and a battle of the bands from each team.

Las Vegas Bowl Pep Rally Release slideshow” The video game itself is packed with entertainment developments special to the Las Vegas Bowl, including a very first quarter performance from rising nation rock group The Powell Brothers (who are also scheduled to perform the National Anthem ), artists from the brand-new Cosmopolitan show”Opium”performing at halftime and more acts from “Absinthe “at Caesars Palace in the second half. Like Knights video games, the Las Vegas Bowl is a continuously program, and it has actually been for a minimum of the last years.

Executive Director John Saccenti states incorporating entertainment into sports is merely the Vegas method of doing things. “I’ll never forget that before the Knights played a single game, among our men welcomed [

group president] Kerry Bubolz out to our game, “Saccenti states.” He’s a home entertainment person and he originated from the Cleveland Cavaliers and they’ve constantly done a terrific task, and he informed me,’ What you people do is sensational.’He recognized that we have individuals can be found in from 2 other destinations that want Vegas entertainment.” The Knights get a lots of credit for transforming the home entertainment side of sporting occasions and what they

do is beyond remarkable, and I’m not taking credit for that, however ideally our video game assisted put it in his head that you need to be unique here. And I believe you see everyone else in town stepping up their video game.”Each college bowl game is various in their shows but most focus on the standard aspects of the game. The Las Vegas Bowl intends to preserve

those traditions while likewise promoting the destination to its big TELEVISION audience in addition to the fans in the stadium. Las Vegas Bowl 2017 Introduce slideshow “

“We always have Elvis do ‘Viva Las Vegas’ and while we’re constantly going to talk about and find various ways to amuse fans inside the stadium, something to bear in mind is that it becomes part of our task to sell the destination of Las Vegas to 6 million people viewing on TELEVISION,” Saccenti states. “That’s huge for us and for Vegas.”

However TV audiences won’t get a peek of the Fan Fest, an amazing party that just comes around as soon as a year.

“The entertainment on video game day is awesome however the home entertainment before the video game is simply as great, and in Vegas we simply don’t normally do that for college football,” Saccenti states. “For locals, it’s not like a UNLV game at all. This is really what college football is expected to be about.”

Obviously, football in Las Vegas is about to blow up– for UNLV, the NFL’s Raiders and the bowl game– when the new arena arrives in two years. It’s safe to state the Las Vegas Bowl will be bigger and much better than ever in 2020.

“We are extremely near to settling what the future appear like. We’re talking with different conferences about what that video game appears like, we’re speaking with the Raiders about what it will appear like at the stadium,” Saccenti says. “Some people are buying tickets due to the fact that of the potential customers of a bigger, much better game and they do not want to be shut out. We could not [extend] our title sponsorship with Mitsubishi past a two-year offer due to the fact that we didn’t understand the inventory at the stadium. There were too many unknowns. But they came on board for the future, so the arena has currently helped us protect that kind of sponsor.”

The yearly championship game will likely be only one major college sports occasion occurring at the new arena as Saccenti states the Pac-12 Conference is considering moving its conference championship to Las Vegas. “I believe the College Football Championship game will eventually be here,” he states.

'' The first of its kind'': Mega home entertainment location behind Venetian breaks ground


Steve Marcus Rob Goldstein, Las Vegas Sands president and COO, gestures toward a making of the MSG Sphere at the Venetian during a groundbreaking event for the project near Koval Lane and Sands Avenue, Thursday, Sept. 27, 2018. The new location is anticipated to be completed in fiscal 2021 (July 1, 2020-June 30, 2021).

make_slideshow_link_0927MSGSphereGroundbreaking”> Release slideshow”Related news With a height equaling that of the Strip gambling establishments a block away, a proposed 18,000-seat globe-shaped facility with a 160,000-square-foot LED screen will be an enormous addition to prime real estate in Las Vegas’ traveler corridor. That’s according to Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval, who stood prior to a crowd of about 200 formally dressed business leaders and politicians, raving about the Madison Square Garden Sphere. The task, set to open in 2021, ceremoniously began Thursday night.

“This truly is the next chapter in the history of the development of the entertainment capital of the world,” Sandoval said. “This will be the first of its kind, right here in Las Vegas, Nevada.”

A 1,100-foot pedestrian bridge will link the 360-by-500-foot center, located on Sands Avenue in between Manhattan Street and Koval Lane, to the Venetian.

MSG CEO James Dolan compared Thursday’s groundbreaking to that of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, saying designers will not understand the center’s full potential “till we have it constructed.” A business spokeswoman stated the place will function as an events center for everything from music performances to TED talks and conventions.

“You’re the best place for this, Las Vegas,” Dolan stated. “You revealed us this.”

Sandoval repeated an independent projection that the venue will develop 3,500 short-term construction tasks, 4,400 irreversible jobs once the center opens and an annual financial output of $730 million to the local economy. The sphere will develop $48 million in yearly state and regional tax revenue, $7.2 million of which will be earmarked for the Clark County School District.

The place’s exterior is a 580,000-square-foot spherical shape that is covered in an outdoor trellis structure. The location’s total expense, which has not been released, includes a $75 million contribution from the Las Vegas Sands Corp.

. A 50-year land lease agreement for MSG to utilize the Sands-owned land requires work to start within 18 months of the contract date, made in July. MSG is not on the hook for any set rent for leasing the parcel, however Sands could get up to 25 percent of the after-tax cash flow on place earnings.

As part of the “renowned evening,” per Sandoval, the governor held shovels onstage with Dolan, Clark County Commissioners Steve Sisolak and Chris Giunchigliani as well as Sands authorities.

PT’s Entertainment purchases 3 T-Bird lounges


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Local club giant PT’s Entertainment Group has actually bought Las Vegas essential T-Bird Lounge & & Dining establishment’s 3 valley locations.

The acquisition was finished on Monday. PT’s is taking over the trio of places at 6560 W. Warm Springs Road, 9465 S. Eastern Ave. and 8780 W. Lindell Roadway, the company announced today.

After 28 years of ownership, T-Bird co-founders Mary Alice Rasmuson and Butch Jensen chose to offer the homes.

“It’s been an unbelievable flight, and we are so appreciative to everybody who has actually supported T-Bird’s. It is with fantastic pride that we pass the torch to PT’s,” Rasmuson stated in a statement.

PT’s Home entertainment has a portfolio of 60 pubs in Las Vegas Valley, consisting of PT’s Pub, PT’s Gold, Sierra Gold and others.

“T-Bird’s has actually long been a staple in the Las Vegas community, and we’re thrilled to invite them to PT’s Home entertainment Group,” Blake L. Sartini II, senior vice president of distributed gaming for Golden Entertainment Inc., said in a statement.

PT’s Home entertainment is a department of Golden Home entertainment, which owns seven gambling establishments in Southern Nevada, consisting of the Stratosphere.

4 Cool Things You Didn’t Learn About Entertainment Engineering

What do truth TELEVISION’s American Ninja Warrior, Cirque du Soleil’s Michael Jackson “One” phase performance, and betting services corporation Scientific Games share?

They’ve all employed alumni of a distinctive UNLV program that blends clinical know-how and artistic perceptiveness to educate sought-after professionals and address research challenges that few are geared up to solve.

We’re speaking about the Home Entertainment Engineering and Style( EED) program.

Produced simply a years back, the program was among the very first in the nation to weave best practices from engineering and arts disciplines. Professors, trainees, alumni, and industry insiders state the program uses trainees the opportunity to be on the cutting edge of emerging technologies in the show business while also recognizing its increasing artistic demands.

So, what sort of chances are possible for trainees who pursue this major?

Here are four cool things taking place right now in entertainment engineering at UNLV.

Robotic Magician

Trainees and professors are nearly a year into developing the very first humanoid robot on the planet to concentrate on card magic techniques.

Dexter– a life-size humanoid robot named in honor of the Digital Experience Lab run by College of Engineering EED co-director S.J. Kim– is made nearly entirely of 3D-printed parts, that include a movable mouth, eyes, and limbs. Fishing line and tiny motors facilitate finger and other joint movement.

Voiced through a human operator (and possibly one day autonomously), Dexter will be able to present audience members with a glass plate display screen on which a picture of a playing card can flip, change color, and more. Developers are also working together with a South Korean magician to develop card tricks. When total, Dexter will be taken on the road to regional schools, where the gender-neutral bot will concurrently home entertainment kids while assisting developers collect data to help make enhancements.

” Our idea is to build a robot that’s social, can engage with people, and help robotics end up being more incorporated into society,” said employee Rahul Shelgaonkar.

The trainee group behind Dexter range from high school interns to finish students, and consist of a college freshman whose work on the task encouraged him to switch from a graphic design major to EED). Their objective is to produce a low-cost solution for scientists and others who have an interest in checking out entertainment elements of robotics. Dexter, whose design is based on an open-source 3D plan program, costs an approximated $2,000 to construct, while its commercial equivalents can go beyond numerous hundred thousands.

Aerial Drones

UNLV students and professors have removed one of the big drawbacks of drones presently on store shelves: They can’t be flown both inside and out. That limits how drone technology presently is incorporated into massive home entertainment venues.

UNLV’s entertainment engineers fixed the issue utilizing radio sensors. “A lot of other drones are based on optical sensing units so when they’re outdoors in sunlight, they’re blind,” Kim stated. “Other drones are based upon GPS and fly high, so aren’t optimal for inside your home and specifically not in structures with thick walls that the GPS signals cannot permeate.”

Using the sensor software and computer hardware crafted by UNLV trainees and faculty, drone operators can fly several drones at once either inside or outdoors through the click of a laptop computer or by carrying of a sensing unit, which triggers the drones to “follow” the operator).

The hope is that the technology can one day be used by entertainers in large indoor entertainment productions, such as Cirque du Soleil, or to surpass outdoor drone performances in large venues, such as the drone display screen during Woman Gaga’s 2017 Super Bowl look.

3D Projection Mapping

Last year, EED provided a class called Motion Graphics Style for 3D Forecast. Unlike conventional projection, where a single projector is utilized to show an image on a flat surface (think your grammar school instructor utilizing an overhead projector and pull-down screen to show the class the best ways to work out mathematics problems), 3D forecast mapping uses several sources to project an image on a three-dimensional things. Using specialized computer programs to disintegrate the image and after that reroute the signal to numerous projectors, the images– which are typically forecasted onto large sufaces such as structures or cliff deals with– continuously shift and spin and change color to produce a mesmerizing movie-animation-like result.

The medium is rapidly ending up being a popular phenomenon at large-scale events, such as art festivals, expert dance performances, and sports occasions consisting of UNLV basketball games. When it all comes together, it looks like this: Jobs and Internships Offered Las Vegas’s track record as” The Entertainment Capital” and its proximity to amusement park and thespian offerings in California, what much better place to establish one of the nation’s first programs concentrated on incorporating theatrics, innovation, and design? The program’s first class graduated in 2012, and UNLV recently checked in with a few of the nearly 50 students who have crossed the Thomas & Mack Spotlight

since then. Students and alumni having gone on to intern or operate at leviathans including Universal Studios, Disney, and Pixar. One 2017 graduate, Kevin Brekke, won a barrier course style challenge

for athlete truth TELEVISION reveal American Ninja Warrior and went on to work for the show. And Emily Black, a member of the first finishing class, flew across phase at

beginning with the help of rigging. She presently utilizes her engineering and fine arts background to create modular sets for large taking a trip theater productions, which need parts that can easily and rapidly be reassembled in numerous places throughout dozens of cities, shift into various configurations throughout scenes, and safely hide performers or other aspects from audience view. She credits her EED courses with teaching her building fabrication strategies and ways to handle tools frequently utilized in her field, getting an understanding of the innerworkings of sets for large productions such as Cirque du Soleil through jobs such as developing a scale model of the La Reve stage, and developing huge familiarity with theater lingo– lessons that students in a conventional engineering program would not experience.” A lot more( theater -and entertainment-focused )companies acknowledge that it makes sense to generate engineers right away so that they can weigh in

on the whole process,” stated UNLV Art teacher and EED co-director Michael Genova, whose class roster for the program includes things like animatronics, stage lighting and rigging, and 3D modeling.” There will always be carvers, painters, and other traditional artists. But the integration of art and science is the future.” As of the fall 2017 term, there were 21 EED majors, with 62 pre-majors. Genova anticipates the inbound class to be the largest in program history. Interested in joining them? Check Out the UNLV Entertainment Engineering website for additional information.

New entertainment complex coming to downtown Las Vegas


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of the Treehouse Las Vegas home entertainment complex in downtown Las Vegas. Treehouse Las Vegas An artist’s rendering of the Treehouse Las Vegas entertainment complex in downtown Las Vegas. A brand-new home entertainment complex in downtown Las Vegas will provide customers the feel of being out in nature even when they are inside. The $ 7 million, 22,000-square-foot Treehouse Las Vegas in the Arts District will include a 300-seat restaurant, indoor and outdoor lounges, a sports bar, gaming machines, a nightclub, a dayclub with a pool, a roof bar and a speakeasy. It is arranged to open in March.

Treehouse lives up to its name, with an artist’s makings reveal greenery hanging from walls and a synthetic tree in the middle of among the complex’s 4 bars.

Ryan Allord of RAD Studio Las Vegas, the project architect, stated Treehouse will go in the area formerly occupied by classic clothes reseller The Attic, which closed in 2014.

“It’s certainly a new idea for the location,” Allord stated.

The complex will have indoor and outside phases.

“The entire concept of the different areas is that you can have an occasion in the swimming pool area separate from an event happening in the interior, which could be separated from the speakeasy bar,” Allord said. “Those apart spaces permits multiple activities taking place at the same time.”

The ownership group behind the job signed a flexible, long-lasting lease with an alternative to purchase the residential or commercial property.

Outdoor home entertainment location, revamped motion picture complex pertaining to downtown Triggers

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Victorian Square in downtown Stimulates will see significant improvements in the coming months and years that include an open-air home entertainment venue, renovated motion picture complex and homes, Councilwoman Charlene Bybee said.

Speaking Wednesday on Nevada Newsmakers, Bybee said Victorian Square is a fantastic location for apartments for employees at the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center.

“We’re 14 miles from the center,” said Bybee, noting that the growth of downtown Sparks has actually only simply started.

“Over 1,500 people will be living downtown when the present tasks are completed, but there are more projects to come with business and retail too,” Bybee said.

The downtown motion picture complex, which closed in late 2016, is anticipated to reopen by Sept. 30 following a $7 million renovation.

Marnell Video gaming, which owns the Nugget and the Bourbon Street gambling establishment building throughout the street, prepares to raze the empty Bourbon Square building and change it with an outdoor entertainment venue, Bybee stated. The location is anticipated to be much like one in Laughlin, she stated.

AccorHotels to Buy Half of SBE Home Entertainment for $319 Million

Paris-Based Accor to Increase United States Existence with Stake in LA-Based Hospitality Company

AccorHotels will buy a HALF stake in Sam Nazarian’s Los Angeles-based SBE Entertainment Group in the latest example of the French group’s acquisition spree in the high end hotel sector.

Paris-based AccorHotels, increasing its foothold in the United States lodging market, will acquire the 50% of SBE’s typical equity held by Cain International for $125 million, and will invest $194 million in a brand-new debt instrument for an overall financial investment of $319 million.

Nazarian will continue to own the remaining 50% of SBE, that includes such well-known brand names as SLS Hotel & & Residences, Delano, Mondrian and Hyde in New York City, Miami, Las Vegas and worldwide resort locations as the Bahamas, Rio de Janeiro and Dubai.

The fancy Iran-born Nazarian, who founded SBE in 2002 and released a string of trendy clubs, dining establishments and hotels, now uses 7,000 individuals worldwide. SBE’s homes include Delano South Beach in Miami, SLS Baha Mar in the Bahamas, Mondrian Doha in Qatar, Mondrian Park Avenue in New York City and the newly opened 57-story SLS LUX Brickell in Miami.

The long-term investment will enable SBE to take advantage of AccorHotels’ worldwide hospitality platform “while staying an independent high-end lifestyle operator,” the business said in a declaration. SBE, with support from Cain Hoy and Ron Burkle’s The Yucaipa Business, got Morgans Hotel Group in 2016 for a reported $800 million.

SBE stated it would run 25 hotels making up 7,498 spaces by the end of 2018, primarily in The United States and Canada. The business has 20 hotels and houses worldwide in its development pipeline and has actually offered 1,500 branded property units valued at $2 billion, with over 2,500 units valued at $2.5 billion in its pipeline.

Carl Icahn Cashing in His Chips on Tropicana Entertainment, Gathering $1.85 Billion

Eldorado Resorts to Get Tropicana Entertainment Business; Sell Residence to Gaming & & Leisure

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Icahn Enterprises consented to sell its majority-owned subsidiary, Tropicana Home entertainment Inc., for a total cost of $1.85 billion. The deal will see Tropicana’s realty go to Video gaming and Leisure Properties Inc. and its video gaming and hotel operations to Eldorado Resorts Inc.

. Icahn Enterprises (NASDAQ: IEP)first gotten an interest in Tropicana in 2008 after the predecessor company filed for Chapter 11 insolvency reorganization. It showed to be a winning gamble.

“Tropicana was insolvent and desperately needed brand-new management. At that time, we determined this undervalued asset as being a best scenario to deploy our method operandi, by which we look for to get underestimated possessions, nurture, guide and enhance their condition and operations, and to eventually significantly boost value for all shareholders,” Carl C. Icahn, chairman of Icahn Enterprises, said. “We turned Tropicana into a great casino company that today owns 7 gambling establishments.”

The crown gem of its holdings is the 1,882-room Tropicana Casino & & Resort in Atlantic City, which Icahn picked up for $200 million, or about $106,270 per room.

The 7 combined residential or commercial properties included in the deal overall 350,000 casino square feet, 7,416 slot machines, 237 table video games and 4,993 hotel rooms. The list price corresponds to about $370,520 per space.

Tropicana Atlantic City is third-largest grossing gambling establishment in Atlantic City, drawing in $489 million in earnings in 2017 and posting a gross earnings of $91.9 million, according to the NJ Department of Gaming Enforcement. The revenue was an almost 72 percent jump over 2016 earnings.

In the offer, Gaming and Leisure Characteristic (NASDAQ: GLPI )will pay$1.21 billion for substantially all of Tropicana’s realty. It will enter into a master lease with Eldorado Resorts (NASDAQ: ERI) for the residential or commercial properties. That offer does not consist of the MontBleu Casino Resort & & Spa in South Lake Tahoe and the Tropicana Aruba Resort and Gambling Establishment. Tropicana plans to dispose of Tropicana Aruba Resort and Gambling establishment prior to closing.

Eldorado will participate in a triple-net master lease for the acquired properties with an initial term of 15 years, with renewals of up to Twenty Years at Eldorado’s alternative. The initial annual lease under the regards to the lease is expected to be $110 million.

Eldorado will use a portion of those earnings from the sale of the Aruba property to assist money the remaining $640 million of money factor to consider payable in the acquisition.

Eldorado Resorts will end up owning the running assets of seven casinos in six states, including the Tropicana Laughlin Hotel and Casino and the MontBleu Gambling Establishment Resort & & Medical Spa in South Lake Tahoe; as well as gambling establishments in Indiana (Tropicana Evansville); Louisiana (Belle of Baton Rouge Gambling Establishment & & Hotel); Mississippi (Trop Casino Greenville); Missouri (Lumière Place); and New Jersey (Tropicana Casino and Resort, Atlantic City).