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Daily Casino Gambling News - November 5, 2019

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Nov/05/2019

Gambling911.com has all your latest casino news, both online and brick and mortar, as it happens for Tuesday November 5, 2019.


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Beshear Victory a Win for Casino Gambling In KY

Democrat Andy Beshear, 41, appeared to narrowly unseat Republican Gov. Matt Bevin on Tuesday, capping a bruising and tight race for Kentucky governor.

Beshear campaigned on his four-year record as attorney general, emphasized his legal battles against Bevin and pledged to fight for healthcare affordable. In a key departure from Bevin, Beshear backed expanded gambling and pledged to use new revenues to help fund pension shortfalls. 

Vegas Golden Knights Rival Owes Las Vegas Casino Big Money

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas has filed a lawsuit against San Jose Sharks left winger Evander Kane claiming he owes the casino a half-million dollars.

The casino filed a lawsuit on Monday claiming Kane borrowed $500,000 in gambling markers back in April and has yet to pay the money back.

The documents allege he took out eight credits:

    $100,000
    $80,000
    $100,000
    $40,000
    $40,000
    $40,000
    $80,000
    $20,000

Racing Track and Casino Proposes $100M Expansion

LEBANON, Ohio (AP) — A harness racing track and casino in Ohio has proposed a $100 million expansion project.

Miami Valley Gaming and Racing in southwestern Ohio’s Warren County is considering adding a hotel, restaurant, parking garage and additional gambling machines.

Domenic Mancini, the racino’s president and general manager, says the expansion will allow the racino to attract business from other major cities beyond Cincinnati and Dayton.

The project will create around 300 jobs during construction and about 100 permanent positions. It’s expected to be completed during the first half of 2021.

The proposed hotel will have 194 rooms. The parking garage will have spaces for about 1,000 cars.

The expansion would provide up to 250 more video lottery terminal machines and more than 10,000 square feet (929 square meters) of additional floor space.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com
 

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