Nevada Gaming Control Board recommends Bally's takeover of Tropicana Las Vegas

The Nevada Gaming Commission will make a final ruling this month. US.- The Nevada Gaming Control Board has unanimously recommended the approval and...

September 8, 2022
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The Nevada Gaming Commission will make a final ruling this month. US.- The Nevada Gaming Control Board has unanimously recommended the approval and licensing of Bally's Corporation to acquire the operations of the Tropicana Las Vegas casino and hotel on the Strip. The deal is expected to close if the Nevada Gaming Commission approves the recommendation at its September 22 meeting. Gaming and Leisure Properties sold the iconic venue to the Rhode Island-based company for $308m in April 2021. The sale of the nearly 1,500-room hotel, casino, theatre and convention property also involves a sale-and-leaseback transaction relating to Bally's Black Hawk, Colorado and Rock Island, Illinois.