The other 1,448 slot machines are expected to be received by March 21. The machines range from penny up to $100 and are expected to generate most of the casino’s revenue.
“Right now with the slot delivery going on, it’s taking up a lot of our floor space,” said vice president and assistant general manager, Mike Galle. “The table games will probably come after the March 21 date, so we can get the slot machines set in bases, and then install the table games at that time.”
Casino officials plan to hold a test day for the casino commission and invite guests a week before opening the property to the public.
The official opening date is not yet known.