The Indiana Gaming Commission has amended its order requiring Caesars Entertainment to sell a third casino asset in the state, meaning Caesars will continue to own and operate its remaining venues in the state.
The operator will continue to run the Horseshoe Hammond, in addition to the Indiana Grand, Harrah’s Hoosier Park and its three off-track betting locations in the state.
Indiana’s gaming regulator ordered Caesars and Eldorado Resorts to sell three of their casinos in the state in July 2020, upon approving the operators’ mega-merger.
The Commission was said to have reservations about the deal due to the number of properties owned and operated by both companies in the state.
“The impact of this unprecedented transaction is greater upon Indiana than any other state,” the Commission said, noting that the combined entity would control up to 60% of gaming revenue in the state.
However, following Caesars’ agreement to sell the operations of its Caesars Southern Indiana casino to th..