Regional casino operators Caesars Entertainment and Eldorado Resorts both see Q1 revenue tumble, but both express optimism for post-pandemic future.
Twin River Worldwide Holdings to pay $155m for Eldorado Resorts casinos in Louisiana and Nevada, reaches $25m deal for Caesars Entertainment's Bally's AC.
The company has pulled its guidance for the year, but clarifies that it still has the money to complete an ongoing deal with Eldorado Resorts.
The former chair of the Nevada Gaming Control Board expects regulators to give the deal their blessing, but isn’t sure exactly when.
Eldorado Resorts to furlough majority of staff as coronavirus-related casino closures remain in place; ripple effect of nationwide shutdown on display.
Shares in Caesars Entertainment and Eldorado Resorts spike on reports that the casino giants' mega-merger will go ahead, if a bit later than planned.
The casino company will get rid of the MontBleu Casino in order to reduce its local footprint.
Banks promising to fund the deal may think twice after the massive market slump.
Eldorado Resorts CEO Tom Reeg says company is "100% focused" on closing Caesars Entertainment acquisition, which will be "home run for all stakeholders."
The University of Nevada-Reno won’t renew its housing contract with the Eldorado Resorts property.