Station Casinos Chairman Frank Fertitta III will likely be joining the American Gaming Association Board of Directors this along with Steve Wynn (Image: renoetahoe.com 12 months)
Take your seats and get ready for some head-whipping interplay between power players: the American Gaming Association (AGA) the Washington, D.C.-based main lobbying arm for the main casino conglomerates in America has some new constituents. It will make for an interesting year ahead as these casinos’ executives determine the program for gambling in america, as well as in particular, online gambling.
Wynn Comes Back
Joining this powerhouse organization a group tasked largely with persuading federal legislators to do this where it’s needed when it comes to gaming will be Wynn Resorts Ltd., Station Casinos, and Kentucky that is upscale Derby and casino operator Churchill Downs Inc. Each of those companies will then have a member that is official their interests in the AGA’s board of directors.
Going back to the business that he initially founded right back in 1995 will be casino magnate Steve Wynn, chairman of his eponymous business, and obviously one of the gaming industries more invigorated proponents. After he sold his Mirage Resorts to that which was then called MGM Grand Corp. back in 1999, Wynn had walked away from the business. His views on online gaming have now been notably circumspect, as they push for more federal oversig