Boyd Fiscal to vote on lease Thursday | News

CATLETTSBURG The Boyd County Fiscal Court is poised to vote on a lease to rent out the old Sears Building to Revolutionary Racing on Thursday evening. The meeting and the vote will be conducted at the Boyd County Community Center in Cannonsburg, off of Ky. 180, at 6 pm Boyd County Judge-Executive Eric Chaney said … Read more

Bristol casino jumps final regulatory hurdle; Danville, two others still in review | Business Local

DAVID MCGEE BRISTOL HERALD COURIER BRISTOL — The first casino in Virginia can open in Bristol this summer after the Virginia Lottery Board unanimously approved a casino gaming operator’s license for HR Bristol, LLC Wednesday. The project is a joint effort by The United Company and its Chairman Jim McGlothlin, Par Ventures and its President … Read more

Tiebreakers aims for early 2022 opening in Johnson City | News

Tiebreakers, a new dining and entertainment center, plans to host a grand opening of its new location at the Roan Center in the first quarter of 2022 and make Johnson City its corporate headquarters. According to a press release from the company, the business will include a full-service restaurant and a bar with signature cocktails … Read more

Esports center to open in October, facilitate in-person gaming | Sports

An unassuming beige building sits on the side of Golden State Highway with a cavernous warehouse looming behind it. The building still features the signage of its previous owner, the farm equipment store Bear Ag. But Jason Maples has it well on its way to becoming the newest gathering spot for Bakersfield’s competitive gaming community. … Read more

Local game store hosts dedicated LGBT Dungeons & Dragons nights | Arts & entertainment

Aafter being tasked with a quest, the adventurers set off on the road to the next town. But in the dark of the path, they found themselves slowly surrounded by monstrous trees that gave way to an even more threatening foe: a giant … shrubbery monster? Such is the way of things in the fantasy … Read more

Gaming machine lobbyists balk at state tax hike | Albania Herald Entertainment

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Showboat to open go-kart raceway in May | Local

Showboat Atlantic City plans to open the Raceway at Lucky Snake go-kart track in May. The track will be indoors, electric and span over 40,000 square feet, according to a news release from Philadelphia-based Tower Investments, which owns Showboat. Brandon Dixon, president of Tower Investments, said the track was an effort to bring new forms … Read more

Showboat to open go-kart raceway in May | Local News

ATLANTIC CITY — One Atlantic City fixture is on track to get another non-gambling attraction. Showboat Resort Atlantic City will be opening the Raceway at Lucky Snake go-kart track in May. The track will be indoors, electric and span over 40,000 square feet. The planned opening of the race track was announced in a news … Read more

Main Event expecting hundreds at Waco grand opening Friday | Local Business News

Roll a bowling ball, smack a golf ball and have a ball watching movies, maybe a film festival featuring “Caddyshack,” “Tin Cup” and “The Big Lebowski.” NewQuest Properties predicted those activities, or something similar, when in 2019 it broke ground on Cottonwood Creek Market, a heavy development on fun and entertainment on Interstate 35 near … Read more

Renovated, relocated Rosie’s expanding economic footprint of gambling in the region | Business Local

Sam Wall and Bill Wyatt Sunday Business Quarterly Rosie’s Gaming Emporiums have a growing economic footprint in Southwest Virginia with a Vinton location recently expanded and one in Collinsville newly opened. The games featured at Rosie’s are very similar to the traditional slot machines found at casinos, except instead of using a random number generator, … Read more