Louisiana’s betting controller has given the proprietor of Diamond Jacks riverboat gambling club in Bossier City 60 days to work out an arrangement to sell the site – or have its state gaming permit repudiated. The club has been shut since March 2020, refering to the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Landmass Pacific Entertainment (P2E) had effectively been given an augmentation from the state Gaming Control Board to sort out its likely arrangements after St. Tammany Parish electors dismissed a proposition to move the club permit to Slidell. P2E had pitched a $350 million retreat advancement on the shore of Lake Pontchartrain, however resistance from regulation implementation pioneers prompted the proposition’s loss in a December political decision.
The law that made the mandate expected P2E to return Diamond Jacks 60 days after the political decision, however recently the organization asked controllers for more opportunity to chip away at those plans. The expansion gave the riverboat club until Thursday to present its methodology.
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P2E’s legal counselor, Peter Connick of Metairie, showed up before the gaming load up Thursday and said exchanges were progressing with Foundation Gaming Group to sell Diamond Jacks, yet additional time would be expected to settle an arrangement. Establishment claims betting properties in Mississippi: Fitz Casino and Hotel in Tunica and WaterView Casino and Hotel in Vicksburg.
According to online casino Korea reports, a showcasing chief with Foundation Gaming Group didn’t react quickly to a message from the Illuminator.
Gaming board administrator Ronnie Johns told Connick it was “incredibly upsetting” that P2E had still up in the air following stages for the Diamond Jacks property since shutting almost two years prior. He likewise communicated disillusionment that nobody from P2E administration went to Thursday’s gathering.