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Missouri casinos treat veterans and active military this Saturday

Veterans and active military will be treated to free meals, discounts and other giveaways at Missouri casinos this Veterans Day on Saturday, 11 November.

PlayAGS launches products in Colorado and Missouri

The gaming company supplier's Triple Coin Treasures game family will be available at a host of casinos in these two new jurisdictions.

Penn National Gaming sees 83 percent of properties reopened

The latest reopenings are scheduled for today at the company’s three Illinois casinos as well as its Prairie State Gaming video gaming terminal operations throughout Illinois.

70 percent of Penn National Gaming properties have reopened

Penn National Gaming today announced that 30 of its 41 gaming and racing properties have resumed operations.

River City Casino and Resort to reopen on 16 June

Team members and vendors will be required to wear masks and will undergo a health screening each day, including temperature checks, prior to their shift.

Penn National Gaming temporarily suspend operations at Missouri casinos

Per an order from the Missouri Gaming Commission, Argosy Casino Riverside, Hollywood Casino St. Louis, and River City Casino & Hotel will be closed through 30 March 30.

Nikolina Felton named Senior Vice President of Marketing for Live! Casino & Hotel

The appointment marks a promotion for Felton, who previously served as Vice President of Loyalty Marketing for the Maryland property.

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.

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.

River City Casino unveils 200-Room Hotel

River City Casino & Hotel in South St. Louis County completes $82-million expansion.

New hotel, new event center to join River City Casino

River City Casino to add a 200-room hotel and an event center, in addition to the recently completed parking garage.

St Louis: June revenue up 7 percent

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

St. Louis: May was a flat month

Flat revenue results for May reported at St Louis area casinos.

Lumiere Place and River City Casino to give away $1 million

Every Saturday until December 29th, 10 lucky guests will win $1,000 and an automatic entry into the $1,000,000 combined property finale drawing on Sunday, December 30th.

Analyst sees potential in Pinnacle Entertainment

Credit Suisse gaming analyst Joel Simkins said that a continued rebound in regional gaming markets will give the company a lift.

AGA announces finalists for Gaming Industry Communications Awards

The American Gaming Association announced finalists for the 2011 Gaming Voice Awards, which recognize the gaming industry’s top achievements in public relations, marketing, advertising and financial and corporate communications.

Pinnacle to add hotel to St. Louis casino

Pinnacle Entertainment will spend $82 million on a 200-room hotel tower, an event center and covered parking to its River City Casino.

Pinnacle reports $49 million loss in second quarter

Pinnacle Entertainment lost $49.3 million in the second quarter despite a jump of revenues from the opening of a casino in St. Louis.

River City adding to St Louis revenue

New River City Casino ups gaming revenue for St Louis.

Is Steve Wynn casino shopping in St. Louis?

A report in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch said that Steve Wynn visited two Pinnacle Entertainment properties in the area.

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