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Indiana sportsbooks hit $187 million handle in February

Last month's handle was up 9.6% from a then-record $170.8 million handle generated in January, according to official reporting released Tuesday.

Indiana sportsbooks launch 2020 with record January

Indiana’s $170.8 million handle in January was up 9.5% from the then-record $161.8 million in December, according to official reporting released Monday.

Indiana sportsbooks end year with $160 million month

Sportsbooks closed out 2019 with more than $430 million in bets, giving the industry momentum heading into 2020.

Indiana sportsbooks thrive in November

Nearly $150 million in bets were taken in November. Online sports betting grows significantly as sportsbooks nearest Chicago continue to grow.

Online betting helps Indiana sportsbooks attract $91.7 million in bets in October

The launch of DraftKings and FanDuel online sportsbooks were part of the reason Indiana online and retail handle in October was nearly tripled from the previous month.

Casino City’s Friday Five: Iowa sports betting edition

This football season, another U.S. state will have the opportunity to place wagers, now that Iowa has become the 11th state to accept legal sports bets.

Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg to debut sports betting in September

The Indiana casino will have Anthony Munoz and Tony Perez participate in the ceremonial ribbon cutting on 7 September after sports betting opens on 1 September.

Labor union says proposed sale of Indiana casinos violates state law

UNITE HERE is getting in the way of Gaming and Leisure Properties' acquisition of Pinnacle Entertainment's Indiana casinos.

Penn National Gaming announces schedule for Hollywood Poker Open

The tournament will consist of five regional tournaments to be played between November and May and a tournament championship at the M Resort in June 2016.

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.

Hollywood Poker Open Season 3 features more regional stops, $2 million expected Las Vegas Championship prize pool

More stops, more players and more winnings can be expected from Penn National Gaming's 2014-15 Hollywood Poker Open tournament series.

Penn National Gaming names Todd George General Manager of Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg

Mr. George has over 17 years of gaming industry experience in major regional gaming markets and comes to Penn National following 12 years at Pinnacle Entertainment.

Penn National Gaming names Joe Hasson General Manager of Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg

New appointment to General Manager of Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg announced.

Argosy bets big on expansion

News Brief: Even as its industry faces unprecedented weakness, Argosy Casino & Resort is betting big that it can dramatically boost revenues with a $300-million-plus expansion that recently finished a critical phase.

Argosy Casino opens new parking garage

News Brief: Patrons of Argosy Casino will find it a bit easier to find room to park now that a new 1,500 space garage has been opened in Lawrenceburg.

Indiana casino partnership formed

The Indiana Department of Labor has signed a construction partnership agreement with Messer Harmon, LLC for the construction expansion of the Argosy Casino owned by Penn National Gaming in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.

Argosy Expansion Plans Grow

News Brief: Expansion plans for the Argosy Casino are growing, with Penn National Gaming Inc. increasing the budget for a much larger floating casino.

Lawrenceburg Agrees to Gambling Proceeds Deal

News Brief: The city of Lawrenceburg, home of the Argosy Casino, has agreed to provide $10 million of its gambling proceeds toward the $100 million in infrastructure.

Lawrenceburg Signs Riverboat Revenue Deal

News Brief: Lawrenceburg, Indiana, has signed on the dotted line to share $500,000 a year with Franklin County as long as the city has riverboat revenue.

Indiana Riverboat Casinos Post Drop in Revenue

News Brief: Riverboat casinos in Southeastern Indiana chugged along in August despite an overall softening of revenues compared to July and the previous August.

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