Twin River set to acquire Eldorado casinos

The cash transaction is worth US$230 million and is subject to certain customary post-closing adjustments.

The casino company Twin River will acquire two facilities from Eldorado Resorts for US$230 million.

US.- Twin River Worldwide Holdings announced on Thursday that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the operations and real estate of Isle of Capri Casino Kansas City in Kansas City, Missouri and Lady Luck Casino Vicksburg in Vicksburg, Mississippi from Eldorado Resorts.

The cash transaction is worth US$230 million and is subject to certain customary post-closing adjustments, the companies said. The transaction is subject to receipt of required regulatory approvals and other customary closing conditions including compliance with the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976, as amended, and is expected to close in early 2020.

Isle of Capri Casino Kansas City is located in Kansas City, Missouri overlooking the Missouri River in close proximity to downtown Kansas City and the Berkeley Riverfront. The property consists of approximately 40 thousand square feet of casino space, 939 gaming machines, 13 table games and two dining venues. The company said that it expects to substantially reposition the casino and a rendering of one potential redevelopment plan has been included in this release for illustrative purposes.

Lady Luck Casino Vicksburg is located along the Mississippi River in Vicksburg, Mississippi. The property features approximately 25 thousand square feet of casino space, 603 slot machines, eight electronic table games, three dining venues and an 89 room hotel.

”This transaction continues our focus on creating long-term shareholder value as we strive to develop or acquire assets which we believe will prove accretive to our earnings,” George Papanier, President and CEO of TRWH commented.

“Isle Kansas City and Lady Luck Vicksburg expand our geographic footprint with assets in attractive markets. We believe these assets are a great fit for our portfolio and see the opportunity to increase the net cash flow from these properties by our redevelopment and operating plans. In particular, in Kansas City, where the property lies within an area near downtown that has been targeted by local officials for development, we feel there is opportunity for capital investment in the property which we believe will have a transformative impact and integrate well with local development efforts in the area.”

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