Nevada’s Eldorado Resorts Becoming a Force in Regional Gaming
Las Vegas Review-Journal, May 26, 2018
By Richard N. Velotta
High atop the list of gaming companies to keep an eye on is Eldorado Resorts, a Reno company that has become a force in the regional casino industry.
Eldorado Resorts made a splash last month by announcing the acquisition of Tropicana Entertainment from Icahn Enterprises for $1.85 billion. The deal, expected to close by the end of the year, would give Eldorado 27 properties in 12 states.
One of the new properties being acquired is the Tropicana Laughlin, Eldorado’s first in Southern Nevada.
Eldorado is well positioned to take advantage of the prospect of nationwide sports wagering by virtue of owning several casinos in multiple states. To read entire article click here.
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