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Boyd Gaming to reopen properties in three states

Boyd Gaming Corporation today announced plans to resume operations at 13 properties in Nevada, Missouri and Iowa, pending receipt of final regulatory approvals.

Boyd Gaming reports Q4 and full-year 2018 results

Boyd Gaming reported fourth-quarter revenues of $791.6 million, up 33.0% from $595.1 million in the fourth quarter of 2017.

Casino City’s Friday Five: Merger edition

Catching our attention this week were sports leagues' annual revenues, a rumored merger with two of the world's biggest operators, an online jackpot, a new sportsbook and a large acquisition.

Boyd Gaming acquires four Pinnacle Entertainment assets

The company entered into a master lease agreement with Gaming and Leisure Properties, Inc., which owns the real estate of Ameristar St. Charles, Ameristar Kansas City and Belterra Casino Resort.

Penn National Gaming completes acquisition of Pinnacle Entertainment

In aggregate, Penn National will now operate more than 49,000 gaming machines, 1,200 table games and nearly 9,000 hotel rooms, and employ more than 30,000 team members.

Missouri promotes Responsible Gaming Education Week

Responsible Gaming Education Week was created by the American Gaming Association in 1998 to increase awareness of problem gambling issues and promote responsible gaming practices nationwide.

Boyd Gaming to acquire four Pinnacle assets

The company has entered into a definitive agreement with Pinnacle to buy four casino properties.

Ameristar Casino Resort Spa St. Charles opens all-new poker room

Located next to the Fifth Street Deli, the new addition features 17 tables, new fixtures and a dedicated cashier's window.

Ameristar St. Charles names new executive chef

Don Yamauchi will oversee the culinary operations of its seven award-winning dining venues.

GLPI reaches agreement with Pinnacle to acquire real estate assets

Gaming and Leisure Properties, Inc., will acquire nearly all of Pinnacle's real estate properties, and the properties will be spun off into separate property and operating companies.

St Louis: June revenue up 7 percent

Overall revenue increased 7 percent on June 2011 figures for the six St Louis area casinos.

MGM Resorts reaches marketing deal with Ameristar Casinos

Customers of MGM Resorts and customers of Ameristar can use their points and rewards at either companies' properties.

Ameristar may seek Missouri license

The Las Vegas-based company, which operates two casinos in the state, suggessted the license owned by the President Casino should be transferred to Cape Girardeau.

St Louis casino suffers power outage

Two power outages Friday at Ameristar Casino in St Charles.

Ameristar holds community field trip

Ameristar Casinos, Inc. will hold an Investment Community Field Trip at the Ameristar Casino Resort Spa in St. Charles, Missouri on June 19, 2008.

Ameristar Casino employees donate to DASA

News Brief: Ameristar Casino St. Charles employees donated $105,000 to the Disabled Athlete Sport Association, the largest donation the organization has ever received, Ameristar said Wednesday.

Ameristar Casinos opens St. Charles Hotel

Ameristar Casinos, Inc. reports the opening of its 400-suite, luxury hotel in St. Charles, Missouri

Ameristar Casino St. Charles topped off

Executives of Ameristar Casinos, Inc. celebrated with guests and community leaders at a Topping Off ceremony for the Ameristar St. Charles new luxury hotel, spa and pool slated to open in December 2007.

Gamblers sue Ameristar Casino

News Brief: Seven gamblers are suing the Ameristar Casino of St. Charles, Mo., claiming they were cheated out of money and points when the casino changed its video poker rewards program.

Missouri Numbers Slump for July

ews Brief: Harrah’s St. Louis Casino and Hotel in Maryland Heights was the only Missouri casino in the St. Louis area that did not report a drop in revenue in July, the Missouri Gaming Commission reported Thursday.

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