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Penn National Gaming sees 83 percent of properties reopened

The latest reopenings are scheduled for today at the company’s three Illinois casinos as well as its Prairie State Gaming video gaming terminal operations throughout Illinois.

70 percent of Penn National Gaming properties have reopened

Penn National Gaming today announced that 30 of its 41 gaming and racing properties have resumed operations.

Penn National Gaming to reopen Mississippi properties on 21 May

The Mississippi properties scheduled to reopen this week include 1st Jackpot Casino, Ameristar Vicksburg, Boomtown Casino - Biloxi, Hollywood Casino - Gulf Coast and Hollywood Casino - Tunica.

Boomtown Casino in New Orleans to reopen on Monday

The Louisiana casino will disable 50% of gaming positions and operate at 25% capacity in the first phase of reopening.

Lousiana casinos owned by Penn National Gaming temporarily closing

Boomtown Casino Bossier City, Boomtown Casino New Orleans, L'Auberge Casino Baton Rouge, L'Auberge Casino Lake Charles, and Margaritaville Resort Casino to close for two weeks.

Dedren Bailey named Live! Casino's Vice President of Marketing

Bailey, backed by 15 years of experience, will increase player development, maximize the casino's profitability and elevate brand awareness in the region.

Gaming industry commitment to New Orleans unwavering after the disaster

Boomtown Casino, a roughly 20-minute drive southeast of the French Quarter in Harvey, reopened in the aftermath to give storm-weary residents needed entertainment and to serve thousands of meals to law enforcement personnel, electrical crews and construction workers who were putting New Orleans back together.

Inside Gaming: Harrah's New Orleans sees revenue drop under smoking ban

New Orleans's smoking ban, which went into effect in April, is being blamed for a 16% decline in the casino's gaming revenue.

GLPI reaches agreement with Pinnacle to acquire real estate assets

Gaming and Leisure Properties, Inc., will acquire nearly all of Pinnacle's real estate properties, and the properties will be spun off into separate property and operating companies.

Inside Gaming: New Orleans readies smoking ban, but it won't happen here

Next month, New Orleans will ban smoking in most public venues within Orleans Parish, including bars, hotels, sports stadiums and restaurants. Harrah’s New Orleans is also on the no-smoking list.

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