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High Rollers Casino backs END 2 END’s central management system for reopening in Alabama

END 2 END’s platform will allow High Rollers to integrate a variety of vendors, and thus be able to offer a diverse range of games within the land-based casino.

Wind Creek to reopen its three Alabama properties

Wind Creek Montgomery, Wind Creek Wetumpka and Wind Creek Atmore will start with a soft opening for invited guests on 4 June followed by a public opening on 8 June.

VictoryLand casino says it will reopen Monday

The Alabama casino announced on its Facebook page today that it will reopen its doors on Monday, 25 May.

Greenetrack announces it will reopen 27 May

Greenetrack in Alabama has installed plexiglass between machines, will require all customers to wear masks and smoking will no longer be permitted in the building.

Alabama casinos, racetracks and bingo halls to remain closed through April

Alabama Governor Kay Ivey announced today that the state's non-essential businesses will remain closed through 30 April as part of a public healthy emergency due to COVID-19.

Wind Creek's Alabama properties extend closures until further notice

Due to the continuing uncertainty of COVID-19, Wind Creek has decided to extend its temporary closures of Wind Creek Atmore, Wind Creek Montgomery and Wind Creek Wetumpka until further notice.

Alabama governor issues statewide health order that temporarily closes gaming facilities

The order will temporarily close gaming facilities in the state, including Center Stage Alabama, Greenetrack and Tudor Bingo Center, effective immediately.

Wind Creek's Alabama properties to remain closed until 30 March

Upon further consideration of the events occurring during these unprecedented times facing our country, Wind Creek will voluntarily extend the closure of its Alabama properties until 30 March 2020.

DFS news roundup: Alabama and Tennessee attorneys general declare DFS illegal gambling

Bills to regulate the industry are still being crafted in some states; and DraftKings and FanDuel have announced they will drop contests on amateur sports.

Lucky players in Alabama and Oklahoma win six-figure VGT progressive slot jackpots

Steve G. of Alabama won $399,980.92 on VGT's popular King of Coin slot game. Then just a few days later, back in Oklahoma another player hit the top jackpot at Choctaw Casino Resort - Durant for $333,558.18 playing Easy Money Jackpot on VGT's Lucky Ducky slot game.

Million dollar winner believes win was answer to prayer

Win occurred while Gloria was playing the Million Degrees electronic bingo game.

Wind Creek Montgomery opens 123 luxury rooms

Montgomery's sister locations in Atmore and Wetumpka have been designated as AAA Four Diamond hotels, so expectations are high that the Montgomery retreat will garner the same distinction.

Casino Creek Montgomery to open to public with new name, expansion on Dec. 1

The casino will has been renamed Wind Creek Casino & Hotel Montgomery.

Poll insists Alabamians want to vote on gambling question

89 percent of those studied want to vote on legalizing gambling in Alabama.

Wind Creek makes four millionaires in two months

The four lucky winners took home a total of $4.3 million in jackpot money.

Alabama Senate committee approves gambling bill

An Alabama Senate committee yesterday approved a lottery and casino bill.

Alabama Senator wants lottery, casinos legislation

Senator Del Marsh intends to introduce legislation that could see a lottery and casinos at dog tracks as alternative to Gov. Bentley's proposed tax increases.

Alabama eyes expanded gambling

Two bills to be introduced this week in the Alabama Legislature could see the eventual approval of a statewide lottery.

Montgomery casino to execute $65M upgrade

$65 million upgrade on the cards for Creek Casino Montgomery.

Judge rules in favor of Indian casinos in Alabama

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by the state which challenged the rights of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians to operate three Alabama casinos.

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