- Penn National Gaming CEO says VGTs have ‘decimated’ Illinois casino industry
- Company’s purchase of Illinois slot route operator was purely to protect its casinos
- American Gaming Association CEO urges states to include casinos in liability protection laws
Despite owning a video gaming terminal (VGT) business, the boss of Penn National Gaming has urged state lawmakers searching for revenue to close budget shortfalls to protect brick-and-mortar casinos and be wary of Illinois’ experience with VGTs.
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