Wind Creek Hospitality Plans Casino in D’Iberville

The Poarch Band of Creek Indians and their Wind Creek Hospitality operations responsible for gambling are planning a casino in D’Iberville. The tribe has gained a new plot of land and has already laid out a preliminary sketch of the project.

According to a report in the Sun Herald, Wind Creek Hospitality is the owner of the Royal D’Iberville plot located west of Interstate 110. In addition, they have acquired 34 more acres into Back Bay and now have two legal casino sites in the area.

CEO Jay Dorris comments that the new casino is going to offer added value to the market and represent the quality embodied by Wind Creek Hospitality. Furthermore, she believes the establishment will spur economic growth in the area.

Wind Creek Hospitality runs three casinos in Alabama. The tribe’s gambling division also has a majority stake in greyhound tracks in Mobile, Alabama and Pensacola, Florida.

Recent Posts

UK Gambling Commission issues a £6m fine to online operator Casumo

The UK Gambling Commission has issued a £6m (EUR 7.0m / USD 8.2m) penalty to online operator Casumo for severe…

3 weeks ago

Dutch Remote Gambling Act comes into force April 1

The Dutch Gambling Authority (Kansspelautoriteit/Ksa) expects that by October 1 this year, roughly 6 months from the enactment of the…

4 weeks ago

888 Holdings report a staggering 52% increase in revenue during 2020

Amidst a global pandemic, 888 Holdings has reported a staggering 52% increase in revenue during full-year 2020 to $849.7 million…

4 weeks ago

Playtech and Flutter shake hands on another 5 years

Playtech, a leading global gambling technology company, have announced the extension of their partnership with Flutter Entertainment for its Paddy…

4 weeks ago

Will FUN Token be on solid ground in iGaming?, a large online (crypto) casino is ambitious and is looking to turn the FunFair (FUN)Token into the token of…

1 month ago

Has Swedish regulation failed?

Gustaf Hagman strongly believes so. In a recent interview with Gambling Insider, the LeoVegas Chief Executive Officer expressed his concern…

2 months ago