Casinos continue to integrate non-gaming amenities into the enterprise mix. Casino resorts have found it beneficial to incorporate family friendly entertainment at resorts as an additional way to appeal to a wider demographic base.
The entertainment center is schedule to open in October 2018.
August 2, 2017
The Tachi Yokut tribe held a groundbreaking ceremony today to kick off construction of a new $23.5 million entertainment center featuring movie theaters, a bowling alley, billiards room, arcade and concourse, bar and concessions.
Any doubt that the tribal casino segment of the North American gaming marketplace is still very much in a growth phase was likely alleviated last month when the NIGC released the fiscal year 2016 gross gaming revenue statistics for 244 federally recognized tribes across 29 states.
As competition for consumer dollars within and without the land-based casino marketplace continues to tighten, operators of both small and large properties are seeking differentiation through a variety of means, including facility design and appearance.
What's in a name? Often quite a bit, actually. For decades, the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority (MTGA) has carved out a successful niche in the gaming world, developing one of the largest tribal casinos in North America while branching out to own, operate or partner in gaming properties.