According to the Kansas Lottery Commission, the Kansas Star Casino brought in more revenue that the state’s other two casinos, Boot Hill Casino and the Hollywood Casino at Kansas Speedway, which brought in $119.4 million and $93.3 million, respectively.

“It’s been a very good first year from all aspects,” said Kansas Star’s general manager Scott Cooper. “I think we have exceeded our expectations in terms of the number of people who have visited here and the number of people we have employed.

The casino will be opening its permanent casino on December 21, which will feature 1,000 slot machines, 35 table games and an expanded poker room as well as five new restaurants.

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