Full House Resorts Inc. has announced that they will be purchasing a five-year-old Mississippi casino for $70 million.
The Las Vegas-based company announced their plans to purchase the Silver Slipper Casino in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi just one day after it closed a $97.5 million sale of its interest in the FireKeepers Casino in Battle Creek, Michigan.
The Silver Slipper Casino opened in 2006 and offers 37,000-square-feet of gaming. The property also features restaurants and bars but does not have a hotel.
Currently, Full House owns/manages casinos in Nevada, New Mexico and Indiana.
The company’s Las Vegas properties include Stockman’s Casino and Grand Lodge Casino at the Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort. They also own the Rising Star Casino in Rising Sun, Indiana and they have a three-year contract with the Pueblo Pojoaque Tribe to mange the Buffalo Thunder Casino in Santa Fe, New Mexico.