Harrah’s Southern California continues to be at the forefront of skill-based gambling in the state. it will soon start offering Gamblit Gaming’s Tristation.
While Pala Casino breaks ground on its expansion project, yet another Southern California casino, Valley View, announces renovation plans too.
This week California Gov. Jerry Brown okayed a $400 million Elk Grove tribal casino in the Sacramento area. The hope is to break ground next spring.
The California Court of Appeals ruled in favor of Red Hawk Casino and the Miwok tribe, overturning a $30 million judgment against the CA tribal casino.
Pala Casino is the latest California tribal casino expanding its property. Collectively Southern California casinos have spent $1 billion on renovations.
California tribes are not happy the state introduced a sports betting amendment without consulting them first since it violates several tribal contracts.
Part of Pechanga Casino’s large expansion includes an off-track betting facility. Will this help struggling Del Mar generate more interest?
In a recent meeting of tribal leadership and California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, the tribes said something must change about card room table games.
With so much competition in the casino market, some California tribes are looking into marijuana farming as a new cash crop.
Basically every casino in Southern California is expanding and improving. Will Pechanga’s new hotel and expanded RV park translate into more customers?