Harrah's Cherokee Casino Adds Live Table Games
“With the approval of the tribal state gaming compact by the Department of the Interior the tribe now has the opportunity to increase jobs in the region and enhance opportunities for our tribe
and for our neighbors,” said Principal Chief Michell Hicks of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. “This compact is the result of hard work by tribal leaders, the support and partnership of
the leadership of the state of North Carolina and the work of our employees that make our gaming enterprise a success.”
Along with the 40 digital table games that the casino offers, there will now be 25 different live games such as blackjack, roulette, craps and more. By late November, Harrah's plans to have about 100 traditional table games.
Harrah's Cherokee Casino in
Cherokee, North Carolina started holding its first live table games this past Wednesday evening.
Table games arrived at the casino just two weeks after the Department of the Interior signed into law the amendment to the gaming compact between the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians and the state of North Carolina.