Most games played on Facebook incorporate some form of social activity. You may build a farm and share it or throw a virtual sheep at a friend. MyVegas is the first social game available by one of the major casino companies. MyVegas has slot machine and blackjack games developed and operated by PlayStudios for MGM Resorts International for use on Facebook. This sounds like press release mumbo jumbo but the basics are important to know for the uninitiated. Basically, MyVegas is a handful of slot machine games where you can earn points to be used at a variety of MGM hotels in Vegas. Most people play the game for free with tokens offered for every day in the game but some people opt to pay for extra tokens.
While MyVegas is a game for MGM Resorts properties in Vegas they do not run the day-to-day operation of the game and MyVegas isn’t affiliated with MLife, MGM Resorts players club. Everything earned on the game is separate from the comps and points you earn when you gamble or spend money in MGM casinos and hotels. That’s the technical stuff.
Everyone knows that Reno has casinos. There are lots of them, each with restaurants featuring low prices to lure the non-gamblers as well as the gamblers into their midst. What you may not know is what else there is to do in and around Reno.
If you are flying, Reno International Airport is small and easy to negotiate. Rental car kiosks are conveniently located near the luggage pickup and the rental cars are parked across the street. Car return is a breeze, just drive into the area you picked up your car and walk across the street to your airline check-in. There are often special airfares and package deals available on the Internet that can make your visit inexpensive and easy to arrange.
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