Pop-up casino needed to hold gaming license in downtown Las Vegas
Designed five:53 AM
Las Vegas, NV — For eight hours these days, folks in Las Vegas will get to play the slots at a casino that does not really look like a single.
That’s due to the fact a temporary casino, also known as a pop-up casino, is being set up in the form of a trailer on East Fremont Street near Charleston Boulevard. It’s the site of the old Showboat and Castaways casino, which shut down in 2004. The building was later imploded.
Station Casinos, which owns the home, wants to keep the state gaming license and to do that, gaming should take spot on the house at least after every single two years.
Workers were busy at five a.m. this morning loading 16 slot machines into the trailer. The pop-up casino will be open from six a.m. to 2 p.m. nowadays.