A casino operator’s bid to transfer its license to St. Tammany Parish is welcome by the local parish council.
Peninsula Pacific Entertainment hopes to be able to move its casino license to a different Louisiana parish so it can open a new casino.
Harrah’s New Orleans will become Caesars New Orleans, and gain a new hotel tower from the investment.
The Belle of Baton Rouge now belongs to a holding company, but the real estate assets still belong to Gaming and Leisure Properties.
Several states are wrapping up elections, including whether sports gambling should be allowed.
An attempt at legalize sports gambling will be decided by voters next month.
Hurricane Delta is the latest major storm to threaten the state and its neighbors.
The Category 4 storm is closing in on Louisiana and Texas, threatening area casinos.
An appeals court upholds a previous ruling that could force the casino to pay as much as $50 million in back taxes.
Now that the tax rules for daily fantasy sports activity have been established, it’s time to take things to the next level.