The new casino, the Las Vegas Strip, has no gambling licenses from the state, according to documents released Thursday.
It’s the latest development in a lawsuit filed by the casino operators.
The casino was the subject of an ongoing legal battle between the state of Nevada and two casinos, the Wynn Resorts and the Taj Mahal.
A settlement between the two sides was announced in January, but was not finalized until February, when a court order was signed by Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt.
The documents filed Thursday by the state Attorney General’s Office also revealed that MGM Resorts has applied to operate a casino in the state that would be allowed under state law, the documents show.
It would not be allowed to operate in the same location as another casino.
It’s not clear how the casino would operate.
MGM Resorters spokesman Brian Smith said he could not provide any further details.