Indiana's Four Winds Casino launches expanded table games with the Gov.
The Four Winds Casino in South Bend, Indiana has opened new gaming options. The casino has unveiled their new live table games. It is a partnership between the state of Indiana and the Pokagon Tribe.
The Four Winds Casino in South Bend, Indiana has been upgraded to a Class III gaming facility. The casino has introduced new live table games, which will create 150 jobs. Governor Eric Holcomb believes the casino will be an economic driver for the state. The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians applied for a gaming license in 2019. It required a compact with the Indiana and the Department of Interior. They were approved. A new gaming option was added to the facility on August 5.
Construction is underway on a 23-story hotel and an additional 40,000-square feet of gaming floor at the casino. It's expected to be completed in the fall of next year.
The casino will share 8% of its revenue with the state. Other plans include adding a retail sportsbook.
Today was a special day as we celebrated Four Winds Casino's ability to have Class III gaming.