Online Slots Archive - Slot Machine News For April '07

California Gaming Commission Allows Indian Tribes to Offer More Slot Machines
Tuesday, 27 October 2009

The state commission gave California tribes the go signal to add more slot machines to their gaming offering. Most of the new machines will be given to Northern California tribes.

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Ohio Supreme Court Throws Out Roundtable Lawsuit against Gov. Strickland's Slots Plan
Monday, 26 October 2009

The Ohio court dismissed the lawsuit filed by Rountable against the slots plan of Gov. Strickland. The reason why is that the court already decided that the plan could be challenged in a state vote.

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Charles J. Ruma Files Breach of Contract Lawsuit Against Penn National Gaming
Monday, 12 October 2009

Beulah Park track owner Charles Ruma filed a case against Penn National. Penn National allegedly violated an agreement on whether or not to acquire Beulah Park if it gets slot machines.

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Intralot Receives Ohio Slots Contract Despite Opposition from GOP Lawmakers
Friday, 09 October 2009

Ohio Lottery awarded Intralot the contract to provide a central computer system for the slot machines. Rep. Jay Hottinger said that the lottery should have conducted a bid for the slots contract.

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Raceway Park and Northfield Park Pays Initial Video Slots Licensing Payments
Thursday, 08 October 2009

Only the Raceway Park and Northfield Park paid the initial fee of $13 million for video slots license. The 5 remaining tracks will pay $100,000 late fees per day.

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Gov. Strickland Announces the Possibility of Education Cuts Following Court's Decision on Slots Plan
Monday, 05 October 2009

Gov. Stricklands released an analysis that shows that the Ohio education will take a big hit because of the decision on the slots plan. State agencies may also suffer cuts of $850 million.

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Foxwoods Casino and Mohegan Sun Casino Use Coinless Slots
Friday, 02 October 2009

Foxwoods and the Mohegan Sun have announced that they will be switching to coinless slot machines beginning this year. Industry officials said that it will lower costs and speed game play.

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