Extended casino closures in several states due to statement by Boyd Gaming

The temporary casino closures in several states where Boyd Gaming has investors and customers will be extended. To prevent the spreading of the coronavirus all of the commerical gaming properties in USA will be shut down down by Wednesday. Boyd Gaming that is located in Las Vegas runs about 30 gaming venues in 10 different states. 

All casinos that is owned by Boyd Gaming is under closure right now but some of the closures will last longer than earlier excpected. Boyd says they feel the effects of the closure due to the corona virus in all parts of the country. Valley Forge Casino that is run by Boyd had it´s original closure period planned between March 13 – March 27. Allthought hat has been changed to undecided as it is right now. The statement made by Boyd stated that “the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has closed all casinos in the state so far.”

Boyd Gaming Announces Closure of Gaming Operations in Nevada

The governor of Nevada has ordered the closure of all gaming facilities in the area. This is for preventing the spread of the corona virus. For the next 30 days, all casinos, especially new online casinos and all public gaming activities will be stopped. As in some of it, Boyd will also stop all his gaming operations in Las Vegas. The hotels will also be closed down. The company has temporarily closed properties in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Louisiana, Ohio, Mississippi, Illinois and Indiana due to the corona pandemic.

For customers who have made reservations or bookings of events in any of the Las Vegas Boyd game properties during the closing periods, please contact the authorities assigned for this purpose. Boyd states that they are hoping for the gambling facilities to be open during April again. But that is something that time must appoint.

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