Caesars expects to spend $500m on new Virginia casino

The casino will feature more than 1,400 slot machines.
The casino will feature more than 1,400 slot machines.

Caesars Entertainment expects to break ground next year.

US.- Caesars Entertainment has announced that it expects to spend $500m on a new resort in Danville, Virginia. It will feature 500 hotel rooms, a state-of-the-art casino floor, a Caesars Sportsbook, World Series of Poker Room, plus restaurant and entertainment offerings.

Anthony Carano, president and chief operating officer of Caesars Entertainment, said: “Caesars Virginia will be an economic driver for the region, both as a tourist and entertainment draw and through the more than a thousand good-paying jobs the resort will create.”

He added: “The people of Danville have entrusted us to build a world-class resort, and we look forward to proving that trust was well founded with an incredible resort worthy of the iconic Caesars brand.”

Danville Mayor Alonzo Jones, said: “This is a milestone moment, there is great anticipation and excitement here.”

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