A “cybersecurity issue” at MGM Resorts has forced the famous hotel and casino company to shut down many of its systems, according to a statement the company released just before noon ET on X (formerly Twitter). MGM replaced its homepage with a message apologizing for the site interruption and providing a list of concierge phone numbers at various locations, including Aria, The Cosmopolitan, Mandalay Bay, Bellagio, New York-New York, and Vdara.
The problem is not limited to MGM’s Las Vegas locations. NBC 10 News in Philadelphia reports that MGM’s Borgata Hotel in Atlantic City was equally affected by the attack, although hotel representatives did not say how. The MGM Grand Detroit Casino is also affected. reports Play Michiganwith a user destination that the casino “has all the games working,” but that MGM’s digital keys and rewards program are not working.
ABC 13 News in Las Vegas confirms that the FBI is currently investigating and has been in contact with MGM since Sunday. The outlet reports that hotel guests were unable to access ATMs, purchase food or use their digital room keys.