Industry Update
External Article 8 October 2018

Bobby Baldwin calls it quits on MGM

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Bobby Baldwin is a name that everyone in Las Vegas knows. He is a leader in the poker industry and a longtime casino executive who has been tied to MGM Resorts International for the past 20 years. After a long, successful career as a poker and casino pioneer, Baldwin is ready to call it quits and has announced that he will leave MGM Resorts, as well as CityCenter, at the end of the year.

Baldwin is currently MGM's chief customer development officer and the CEO and president of CityCenter, a position he has held since 2005. CityCenter houses the Aria, the Mandarin Oriental, The Crystals and Vdara—all of which opened four years after he became the property's CEO—and Veer Towers, which opened in 2010.

According to press release issued by MGM, "Few have played a more central role in the growth and transformation of the gaming industry than Bobby, and his contributions over more than three decades are immeasurable. MGM Resorts thanks Bobby for all he has done for the company and all he has meant to this industry and wishes him the best for the future."

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