Operators of a proposed $1.2 billion casino at National Harbor say they need the state to fix a legal conflict that sets the opening date for Maryland's sixth and final gaming venue.
ANNAPOLIS – MGM would likely bring in more gaming revenue than the other two companies competing to build Maryland’s sixth casino in Prince George’s County, economic consultants told state gaming regulators Friday. MGM’s proposed casino at National Harbor would bring in between $713 million and $719 million in fiscal year 2019, according to consulting companies […]
Five unions Tuesday announced their endorsement of a proposal by MGM Resorts International to build a casino at National Harbor.
The chairman of the commission that will award a casino license for a site in Prince George’s County said a proposal by Penn National Gaming Inc. to share hundreds of millions of dollars in profits with the community if it’s built at Rosecroft Raceway raises a number of unanswered questions.
State regulators still expect to award a casino license to one of three applicants to operate a casino in Prince George's County, and the schedule for that process is starting to materialize.
Penn National Gaming Inc. said Monday it intends to install 3,000 slot machines at Rosecroft Raceway, despite providing an initial licensing fee to the state that only pays for 500 slots.
The state Video Lottery Facility Location Commission has approved the parameters of an application for companies that want to build and operate a casino in southern Prince George’s County.
Prince George's County Executive Rushern L. Baker III should not have publicly endorsed National Harbor as the future site of a Prince George's County casino, the presiding officer of the state Senate said Thursday.
The Board of Contract Appeals dismissed two appeals of the license for a future Baltimore casino Tuesday, untying the latest knot in the casino license's litigious history.
Penn National Gaming Inc. -- the scorned gambling company that believes it won't be given a fair chance to bid on a Prince George's County casino license -- has contributed $5.5 million to a ballot issue committee opposing Maryland's expanded gambling law.
ANNAPOLIS — The state video lottery commission could be close to awarding the license for a proposed slots parlor in Western Maryland, and also appeared to avoid a potential delay in its decision on a downtown Baltimore casino. Stephen L. Martino, director of the Maryland State Lottery Agency, told the Video Lottery Facility Location Commission […]
Rocky Gap Lodge and Golf Resort, the state-owned hotel, conference center and golf course property in Western Maryland, is $66 million in the hole and that debt has played a central role in efforts to find a casino developer to take over the complex. One of the reasons the Video Lottery Facility Location Commission tossed […]