Category Archives: Mississippi casinos

Bill to legalize casinos in Georgia is dies in Senate

By | February 28, 2017

A bill to legalize casino gambling in Georgia is denied by state legislators. The senate has rejected the idea to legalize casinos in the state for now. According to the press, Georgia senator Sen. Brandon Beach, R-Alpharetta, said on Monday that he doesn’t have enough members to get vote. Beach said that he will travel… Read More »

Checking out any options of new casino sites

By | February 13, 2017

Mississippi Gaming Commission denied two more casinos in south Mississippi many years ago and the two casino companies were Biloxi and Diamondhead. Now these two casinos will try their luck again in this week with three new members in gaming commission, and if these two casinos get permission to operate in Mississippi, it would be… Read More »

Choctaw Tribal Council will build a casino in Leake County

By | January 28, 2017

The Choctaw Tribal Council has decided that it will build a new casino in Leake County. The casino will feature 500 slot machines and 10 table games with dining facility. The gaming facility of the casino would be in around 35,800 square foot. The resolution to develop a new casino in Leake County was passed… Read More »

St. Louis casino market is expected to grow in 2017, Gov orders new rules

By | January 16, 2017

A New casino rule in Missouri and Illinois will affect St. Louis casino market in the year 2017.Eric Greitens, the governor of Missouri adopted a new casino rule in the state that orders to freeze new rules and regulations in the state. Earlier the Republican governor Greitens promised a pro business rule in the state… Read More »

Mississippi Coast casinos did really well in 2016

By | January 1, 2017

Mississippi Coast casinos have done a great job in the year 2016. The casinos operating in the region has generated extra revenue than expected. Mississippi Casinos have made $1.2 Billion of revenue in the year 2016 for the first time since 2008. Making a statement regarding this Mr. Duncan McKenzie, the general manager of IP… Read More »