‘Millionaire’ shoots at new Caesars Entertainment Studios in Las Vegas
Caesars Entertainment Corporation announced the opening of a full-service production studio this week, located behind the Balley’s resort on the Las Vegas Stripe.
The multi-acre, 48,000 square feet facility offers all the normal capabilities of a normal television studio facility along with a prime location to take advantage of Nevada’s new film tax credits.
“Who Wants To Be A Millionaire,” currently hosted by Chris Harrison, is one of the main tenants of the Caesars Entertainment Studios, after moving to Las Vegas last season.
- 400 tons silent AC/250 tons of silent heat
- 10,000 amps of power
- 3,500 square foot lobby
- Hair/Makeup and Wardrobe Gold Rooms
- Talent and VIP Gold Rooms
- 24-Hour security
- 250 dedicated parking spots
Along with “Millionaire,” the studio has also played host to eSports, most recently for the inaugural Gears Pro Circuit Las Vegas Open.
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