- MGM Resorts International reports $857m second-quarter loss on revenues of $290m
- Despite RFP delayed until 2021, CEO Bill Hornbuckle is committed to Japanese integrated resort
- BetMGM expected to be live in 11 states by end of 2020, Hornbuckle says
MGM Resorts International on Thursday posted a sizable loss for the second-quarter as its business begins to recover from the nationwide coronavirus mandated closures, but Bill Hornbuckle said he remains committed to pursuing an integrated resort in Japan.
"We have a really great partnership we've formed after many years of hard work with Orix," said Hornbuckle, who was named CEO of MGM on Wednesday.
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