It’s possible your next trip to Las Vegas could benefit from your many years of video game playing, Kotaku readers. The Las Vegas Sun reports the Nevada senate committee is currently mulling a bill that would would pave the way for regulators to allow games that reward skill.
The official website for MineCon, the first annual celebration of all things MineCraft, is incredibly difficult to get to at the moment, as tickets for the big November event have officially gone on sale for $US99 apiece.
Fremont Street in Las Vegas is where you find the low rollers. The five-dollar tables and four-dollar steaks. It’s a district with lower rents and higher ambitions, and that’s where one gaming-themed bar is set to open later this year.
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