Caesars can keep its Indiana casinos

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In the US, the Indiana Gaming Commission has amended its order requiring Caesars Entertainment to sell a third casino asset in the state.

As a result, Caesars will continue to own and operate Horseshoe Hammond, Indiana Grand, Harrah’s Hoosier Park and its three off-track betting locations.

“We are confident that our continued operating of Horseshoe Hammond is in the best interest of our team members, guests, the Hammond community and the state of Indiana,” said Tom Reeg, CEO of Caesars Entertainment.

“We believe that maintaining our strong customer and employee relationships at Horseshoe Hammond makes the property best positioned for a strong and exciting future.”

Caesars Entertainment recently closed on the sale of Tropicana Evansville and expects to close on the sale of Caesars Southern Indiana some time in the third quarter of 2021.

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