Indiana Gaming Commission receives four bids for Vigo County resort
| By Nosa Omoigui
The Indiana Gaming Commission has received proposals over the development of a casino resort in Vigo County from Churchill Downs Incorporated (CDI), Full House Resorts, Hard Rock and Premier Gaming Group.
The proposals to build the resortfollow the Indiana Gaming Commission’s request for proposals for Indiana’s open casino license for Vigo County.
While the regulator did not provide details of the bids, Churchill Downs Incorporated did reveal more information about its proposed Queen of Terre Hatue resort.
The Queen of Terre Haute resort will feature a luxury hotel and a TwinSpires sportsbook, in addition to 1000 slot machines, 50 table games and food and drink locations.
CDI chief executive Bill Carstanjen said: “Churchill Downs has a 147-year track record of offering extraordinary entertainment experiences and has significant expertise developing premier casino and gaming properties throughout the United States.”