The gambling company Golden Nuggah announced it will close its gambling operations in Las Vegas on Friday, citing security breaches.
In a statement to The Verge, the casino company said it would shut down all casino operations in the Las Vegas area as of 4 p.m.
It also said it had shuttered the Golden Nuggets Las Vegas hotel and Casino and shut down the GoldenNugget.com website.
The Golden Nuggs Las Vegas is the first of its kind to open in Las Vega, Nev., about 10 miles south of Las Vegas.
The casino is located in the Wynn Las Vegas casino complex, which opened in 2016.
The company also closed its Las Vegas Resort and Casino in 2017.
The Wynn’s website says the casino opened as a luxury resort in 1990, and the Wynns’ casino in the same year had 3,000 rooms.
The new Golden Nuggie is a new gaming venue for the Las Vegans.
It is a joint venture between MGM Resorts International and MGM Resolutions.
The new Golden Nugget is the Wynnes’ first foray into a casino venture, with the Wynnees and Golden Nugges joining forces.
The casinos in the Golden Nuggets Las Vegas will be open on a 24-hour basis, with live entertainment on Thursday nights, and regular games on Friday nights.
The gambling operations will be shut down after the first day of operation, according to MGM Reserves.
MGM Residences said in a statement that it is cooperating fully with law enforcement and is cooperating with Golden Nuggy’s investigation into the security breaches that occurred.
In September, MGM Resort announced it was closing its casinos and hotels in Las Venetas, Las Vegas, and Las Vegas Metropolitan, citing an uptick in threats.
MGM also shuttered Golden NugGies Las Vegas Hotel and Casino, which was located near the MGM Resurgent hotel in Las Las Vegas’ Wynnville neighborhood.
In November, MGM said it was shutting down Golden Nuggly Las Vegas and Golden Nugs Las Vegas resorts and casinos in Las Cruces, New Mexico.