Casino operator in Las Vegas MGM Resorts International has appointed a veteran of the Casino Casino Bill Hornbakla in the acting general director after the current general director of Jim Murren stated in February, which will resign when there is a replacement.
It was originally assumed that the search for replacement of the Director-General would take a little longer, but MGM has taken steps to accelerate the process in the conditions of the unfolding crisis of coronavirus, which has engulfed the whole world.
At the beginning of last week, MGM announced that he would close all its properties in Las Vegas to keep the spread of a dangerous virus. A few days later, the governor Nevada Steve Sisolak ordered to close all the state casino, as well as other secondary enterprises for 30 days. MGM was also ordered to close its resort casinos in several other states in the face of a deadly virus.
Temporarily Acting Director General of MGM Bill Hornbacco – a casino veteran who has more than forty-year experience in this business. For several years he held the position of President and Chief Operational Director of MGM Resorts International.