Gaming Deal Offers VLTs To Ohio Racetracks

Friday, 17th June 2011

We-Have-Seen-The-Future Update: In Ohio, Governor John Kasich’s “comprehensive gaming review agreement” includes provisions for the Ohio Lottery Commission to award racetracks licences to operate video lottery terminals, reported bloodhorse.com. The agreement allows each of the state’s 7 tracks (3 thoroughbred & 4 trotting) to apply for 10-year VLT licenses at a cost of US$50 million each, but would then “keep up to 66.5% of gross gaming revenue”.

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