January 26, 2022

Casino Insider: What’s coming to Las Vegas casinos in 2022

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The Palms Casino Resort’s marquee is seen during the From Dust To Gold preview party at the Palms Casino Resort on May 17, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The San Manuel Gaming and Hospitality Authority announced in December that it plans to open the purchased Vegas property in the spring. (File photo by David Becker/Getty Images for Palms Casino Resort)

I know our focus is Southern California’s tribal casinos, but there are some noteworthy projects happening in Las Vegas this year, too.

Whether you’re drawn to Vegas for casinos, shopping, entertainment, or just knowing what’s new and improving on the Strip, these are the coming attractions.

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Beyond Southern California

In Massachusetts, the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe was recently affirmed by President Joe Biden. The affirmation allows the tribe to move forward with its long-standing casino pursuit. Given how much the casino landscape has changed over the past couple of years, the tribe wants to approach the issue with an open mind. The Associated Press has more.

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