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Casino City’s Friday Five: Groundbreaking jackpot edition

This week we have U.S. sportsbook developments, a milestone jackpot payout, another jackpot at an online casino, Las Vegas breaking ground on an entertainment venue and an acquisition by Eldorado Resorts.

Eldorado Resorts completes Tropicana Entertainment acquisition

Under the terms of the transaction, valued at approximately $1.85 billion, a subsidiary of Eldorado merged into Tropicana, and Tropicana became a wholly owned subsidiary of Eldorado.

William Hill US partners with Eldorado Resorts

Under the terms of the agreement, William Hill becomes Eldorado’s exclusive partner in the provision of digital and land-based sports betting services as well as online gaming.

Trop Greenville to launch multi-million dollar expansion

Tropicana Entertainment ahead of schedule to complete construction of its multi-million dollar expansion at its Trop Greenville property.

Heard It on the River: Glitz on the Mississippi

Rudi Schiffer looks at the replacement for the Lighthouse Casino and Jubilee Casino in Mississippi and announces his radio show is moving to a new station and time.

Midwestern, Southern casinos close due to flooding

Rising Mississippi River flood waters have shuttered casino operations in several Southern and Midwestern states this week.

Some casinos still open in Mississippi despite flooding

The 11 casinos on the Gulf Coast and Pearl River Resorts in Choctaw are all open without disruption but other casinos around the state are closed.

Tropicana Entertainment to temporarily close Greenville, MS, casinos

Temporarily closure of Lighthouse Point and Jubilee Casino, due to the rising water levels of the Mississippi River.

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