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Boyd Gaming and Aristocrat announces digital wallet

BoydPay is live at Blue Chip Casino, Hotel & Spa in Michigan City, Indiana, Belterra Park Gaming & Entertainment Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, and in field trial at Aliante Casino Hotel and Spa in North Las Vegas, Nevada.

Boyd Gaming to reopen three more properties

On 15 June, Blue Chip Casino, Hotel & Spa and Belterra Casino Resort will reopen, followed by Belterra Park Gaming & Entertainment Center on 19 June.

Belterra Park closed until further notice

Belterra Park Gaming & Entertainment Center in Cincinnati, Ohio announced on 27 March that it will be closed until further notice, via a post on Facebook.

Boyd Gaming properties in five states extend closures

Boyd Gaming Corporation today provided an update on its previously announced property closures in the states of Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania.

COVID-19 takes its toll on US casinos

As a result of the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S., casinos across the country have announced temporary closures. These resorts will continue to assess the situation over the next two weeks and reevaluate the closures.

Boyd Gaming announces temporary closures of properties In Illinois, Indiana and Ohio

Belterra Casino Resort and Blue Chip Casino Hotel and Spa in Indiana; Belterra Park in Ohio; and Par-A-Dice Casino Hotel in Illinois have closed in effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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.

Boyd Gaming to acquire four Pinnacle assets

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

Wiener Dog Races return to Belterra Park Gaming

The 2nd annual event takes place on Aug. 20 after live thoroughbred racing concludes at the track.

Belterra Park Gaming opens live racing season

The track will host weekly races from Thursday-Sunday until Oct. 8.

Belterra Park Gaming's live racing season begins April 29

The Cincinnati racino will host weekly races Thursday-Sunday until Oct. 8.

Belterra Park Gaming announces new executive chef

Joshua Miragliotta has 18 years of culinary experience, including 10 in the gaming industry.

Ameristar St. Charles names new executive chef

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

Pinnacle, GLPI agree on $4.75 billion merger

After two rejected offers, Pinnacle has accepted an offer from GLPI rather than form its own spinoff REIT.

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.

Belterra Park Gaming & Entertainment Center opens new gaming terrace

Belterra Park Gaming & Entertainment Center announced today that it has opened a new gaming terrace that will allow for smoking.

Pinnacle Entertainment announces opening of New Belterra Park Gaming & Entertainment Center

Pinnacle officially opened Belterra Park Gaming & Entertainment Center, featuring 1,500 games, at 7 p.m yesterday.

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