Resorts World Las Vegas Set To Open On June 24

The Las Vegas gaming industry is slowly getting back to normal after the COVID-19 restrictions were lifted. The Vegas casino market is set to see a steady stream of conventions, sporting events and top poker tournaments like the 2021 World Series of Poker during the next six months.

One of the biggest highlights for the Las Vegas market in 2021 is going to be the opening of the brand new Resorts World Las Vegas casino resort. This is the first time in over a decade that a brand new casino is opening in Las Vegas.

Resorts World Las Vegas Opens June 24

The new casino resort is expected to open on June 24 if everything goes as per plan. A few days ago, there were reports of a fire breaking out in the storage area of the resort but it was quickly curtailed and no one was hurt. An investigation has been opened but it is not expected to delay the launch of the casino.

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Resorts World Las Vegas cost a whopping $4.3 billion and consists of a great variety of gaming and non-gaming activities. On the non-gaming side, there are three hotels featuring the Conrad, Crocfords and the Hilton. There is also 250,000 square feet allotted to conventions and another 100,000 square feet allotted to restaurants, bars, nightclubs and retail space.

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Resorts World Las Vegas cost $4.3 billion…

The casino floor covers a total of 117,000 square feet and will feature over 3,000 slot machines and 250 gaming tables.

Cashless Wagering and Crypto Payments

Resorts World Las Vegas announced that it is using the latest technology to provide its patrons a unique and advanced gaming experience via both its gaming and non-gaming services. Patrons will be able to use their Resorts World Mobile App, enjoy cashless wagering and also be able to use cryptocurrencies to fund their accounts and make their purchases. Players will also be able to check their reward balance on the mobile app.

The goal of Resorts World Las Vegas is to become the number one next generation casino in Las Vegas by using technology to offer customers an enhanced and seamless gaming experience.

The use of innovative technology will help the casino personalize its guest experience. Players will no longer have to rely on chips or go to the cashier to convert their chips as they will be able to use GamingPlay, which is the casino resort’s gaming wallet to fund their purchases. They will be able to upload funds to their personalized wallet from their credit card, bank account and even PayPal.