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Indiana sports betting drops below $275 million

Indiana sportsbooks generated $273.9 million in February wagers. That is up 46.3% from $187.2 million in February 2020 but well short of the record $348.2 million set in January.

Casino City’s Friday Five: Las Vegas Sands sell off edition

In addition to Las Vegas Sands making big changes, we have a slots tournament, a massive jackpot win in Indiana, impressive debut sports betting numbers for Virginia and a ground breaking set to take place on a new California casino property.

Four Winds South Bend awards $1.5 million jackpot

The winner, who chose to remain anonymous, won the $1,573,328 progressive jackpot playing a Dancing Drums Explosion slot machine at the Indiana casino.

Boyd Gaming and Aristocrat announces digital wallet

BoydPay is live at Blue Chip Casino, Hotel & Spa in Michigan City, Indiana, Belterra Park Gaming & Entertainment Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, and in field trial at Aliante Casino Hotel and Spa in North Las Vegas, Nevada.

Indiana sportsbooks nearly hit $350 million in Wagers in January

Indiana sportsbooks opened 2021 with another impressive month, setting the state's wagering record for the fifth consecutive month with nearly $350 million and posting a new high in revenue.

Cashless gaming coming to Blue Chip Casino Hotel and Spa

Sightline Payments has partnered with Boyd Gaming and Aristocrat Technologies to serve as the patron’s funding solution for the new cashless gaming offering at its Blue Chip Casino in Indiana.

Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians to purchase Caesars Southern Indiana

Caesars Entertainment agreed to sell the new $85 million land-based casino property to the Eastern band of Cherokee Indians for $250 million.

Indiana sportsbooks reach $250 million in November

Online betting generated 85%, or $213.7 million, of November's handle, increasing the share of all bets from 83.6% in October.

Indiana sportsbooks shatter record with $230 million in October

In a month that resembled a normal sports schedule more than any month since the pandemic began, October's handle was more than $230 million, a sign that Indiana's recent gains are sustainable.

Casino City’s Friday Five: New Las Vegas casino resort edition

It has been highly anticipated but it is finally here. Circa Resort & Casino in Las Vegas officially celebrated its grand opening on Wednesday and started welcoming in guests to the property on Fremont Street.

Gaming and Leisure Properties to acquire two properties

The company will acquire the real property assets of Dover Downs Hotel & Casino from Twin River Worldwide Holdings and to re-acquire the real property assets of Tropicana Evansville from Caesars Entertainment.

Caesars Entertainment to sell Tropicana Evansville

Caesars Entertainment announced an agreement to sell Tropicana Evansville to Gaming and Leisure Properties and Twin River Worldwide Holdings for $480 million, subject to a customary working capital adjustment.

Aristocrat and Boyd Gaming to bring cashless gaming to Blue Chip Casino

The two have partnered to launch Aristocrat's cashless wagering digital wallet technology at Boyd Gaming's Blue Chip Casino, Hotel & Spa in Michigan City, Indiana.

Indiana sportsbooks reach $200 million in bets in September

Indiana sportsbooks surpassed $200 million in bets in a single month for the first time, producing record operator revenue, and passing $100 million in combined revenue since launching in September 2019.

Indiana sportsbooks have impressive August

With a full month of major sports, Indiana's online and retail sportsbook generated $169 million in wagers, seemingly keeping the state's increasingly tenuous place as the fourth-largest legal market in the U.S., according to PlayIndiana.

Indiana sportsbooks reach $1 billion mark

Even with just eight days of major sports, sports bettors wagered $70.9 million in July, up 137.9% from the $29.8 million sportsbooks accepted in June and sending the state’s lifetime handle past $1 billion.

Indiana sportsbooks have bright future with casinos returning

June’s $29.8 million handle was shy by $145 million of what would have been expected with a full menu of summer sports, according to PlayIndiana estimates.

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.

Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg will reopen Monday

The Indiana property will reopen on Monday, 15 June with new safety measures in place.

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