Indiana Tropicana Casino rebrands as Bally’s Evansville

Bally's bought the casino from Caesars in June.
Bally's bought the casino from Caesars in June.

The venue opens today with its new name.

US.- The Indiana casino Tropicana Evansville has cemented its entry to Bally’s Corporation, officially rebranding as Bally’s Evansville. The casino closed yesterday and opens today (October 13) with the new name.

Evansville has a 45,000 sq ft casino floor, four dining venues, a race and sportsbook and back-of-house space. It also has 11,000 sq ft of convention space and the Riverfront Event Center located across the street, which includes 10,000 sq ft of meeting rooms overlooking the Ohio River.

The Bally’s Corporation completed its acquisition from Caesars Entertainment in June 2021. It’s Bally’s Corporation’s first location in Indiana. An affiliate of Gaming and Leisure Properties acquired Tropicana Evansville’s real estate for $340m and will lease it to Bally’s for $28m per year.

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