The damages in these cases can include statutory damages for trademark violations, attorney's fees, costs, plus any actual damages the casino can prove, although I can't see any actual damages apply.
Statutory damages can range from a few thousand to a hundred thousand per incident. The courts still are not clear per incident means per view of the video or per video you posted.
As to the question about walking into a restaurant barefooted is a different concept but if, for instance, you had walked in barefooted and they had a sign prohibiting that, they didn't know you were barefooted and they received a health code citation then they could sue you for the amount of the health code citation and potentially recover those damages.
However, there is a difference between that situation and violation of the trademark, etc.
While removing or blurring out the trademark logo may prevent them from claiming trademark infringement they could still sue if there are any "trade secrets" involved. All casinos claim that their methods of operating a casino are trade secrets even though I have a hard time believing that. In addition, you would have to be sure you blurred out name tags, logos on a table, the chips, etc. If you miss any of those and it is shown for even a portion of a second then you are back in the trademark infringement area again. Some states, Nevada for instance, even have some cases where people have been accused of cheating because they videoed activities inside a casino.
That would appear to be a situation where the prosecutors might have a hard time proving their case but if they did file criminal charges you would spend a lot of money defending the case and you would not have any way to recover those damages.
I will be online for a while tonight. But there appears to be some type of problem on the website or in the internet connection which caused problems with posting a response so please be patient.