After he was ousted of his company, Steve Wynn is now in the visor of the Nevada Gaming Control Board, which wants him out of the gambling industry. NGCB Seeks to Suspend Steve Wynn’s License . The Nevada Gaming Control Board filed a complaint against fall-from-grace businessman Steve Wynn on Monday, seeking to revoke his casino industry license. Steve Wynn has been called the "unofficial king of Las Vegas."But these days, his business empire draws most of its riches from China. The billionaire gaming magnate developed towering resorts Wynn Resorts proposed banning founder Steve Wynn from any of its properties as part of its efforts to convince commissioners the company deserved to keep the Eastern Massachusetts casino license. Steve Wynn might soon be barred from stepping foot on any property owned by the casino company he founded 17 years ago, the company tells gaming regulators. Wynn Resorts Ltd. has proposed that its co-founder, Steve Wynn, be banned from the buildings that bear his name. In a 49-page legal brief the company filed Monday with the Massachusetts Gaming Casino mogul Steve Wynn is seen at a news conference in Medford, Mass., in 2016. (Charles Krupa/AP, File) (Charles Krupa/AP, File) Elaine Wynn, philanthropist and cofounder of Wynn Resorts. With a track record for creating historical properties such as the Golden Nugget, the Mirage, Treasure Island and the Bellagio, Steve continues to develop new and extravagant resorts aimed to please. The Wynn and Encore resorts in Las Vegas and Macau have 5,750 guest rooms and suites and 470,000 square feet of casino space including 730 table games and 2,474 slot machines. The Las Vegas and Casino mogul Steve Wynn has slapped a lofty $135 million price tag on his palatial Beverly Hills estate. The lavish, contemporary compound tucked away on a private, gated road off celebrity Casino developer Steve Wynn will open the first new resort in five years on the Las Vegas Strip this week. Isaac Brekken / AP file . April 26, 2005, 8:22 PM UTC / Source: BusinessWeek Online. By Casino billionaire Steve Wynn rolls dice on $18.4M house buy, sources confirm Lakeside house at 235 Via Vizcaya is his second residence in Palm Beach, Palm Beach Daily News confirms.
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