The Swedish group recently returned to the charts with their comeback album of the same name - their first in 40 years - and according to British newspaper The Sun, they could rake in more than $1 billion from a lucrative Sin City deal.
The publication reports officials from MGM Resorts, Caesars Palace, and Resorts World are pushing to secure the band's new concert show, which will debut in London in spring 2022.
"The dream would be for the show to move to the States after its London run and in Vegas, it's believed it could make almost £1 billion," insiders reveal.
"Plans at the moment are centred around a suggested 2024 opening which would coincide with the 50th anniversary of their Eurovision win and the release of chart-topper Waterloo."
"ABBA's appeal is global and it would be a huge showcase to have this new avatar technology on the Vegas Strip."
ABBA returned to the top of the charts around the world and broke records with their latest studio album, which reportedly became their final LP.
"We're a bit older now and have our minor ailments. We struggle on. But I don't dare say, because it's a bit uncertain," so band member Agnetha Faltskog explained as she cast doubt on the future of the "Mamma Mia" group.