MGM Resorts names Niklas Rytterstrom as President, COO of Borgata Hotel Casino

March 26, 2024
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Rytterstrom has been with the operator since 1999.

MGM Resorts International has appointed Niklas Rytterstrom to serve as the President and COO of Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa.

His new responsibilities will include overseeing the strategic direction and daily operations of the casino hotel, with a particular focus on guest service and community relations, as well as employee engagement.

Rytterstrom has served the company as a longtime executive and began his career with MGM Resorts in 1999. When he started with the company, Rytterstrom held a position as Assistant Hotel Manager at Las Vegas’ Bellagio Resort & Casino. Prior to his latest position, he worked as the General Manager at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

MGM Resorts President Steve Zanella further discussed Rytterstrom’s extended history with the company.

He told local news, as quoted by the Press of Atlantic City, “Nik has a long history with MGM Resorts and brings a wealth of operational experience and industry knowledge to the property and Atlantic City.

“Nik’s strong leadership skills and strategic vision will continue to differentiate Borgata in a competitive landscape and enhance its position as a market leader.”

In other company news, MGM Resorts International will bring back its Bellagio Fountain Club to the Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix 2024. This year’s race will run from November 21 to November 23.

Tickets for the race are currently on sale, as well as passes for the Bellagio Fountain Club VIP experience. Fans can enjoy track and fountain views.


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