Nestled in the hills of San Diego County, the now under-construction Hollywood Casino Jamul is going to be managed by regional operator Penn National (Image: artist’s rendering)
Penn National Gaming is getting into the Ca market by having a casino that is new in partnership with Jamul Indian Village, about 20 miles east of San Diego. The $360 million development still needs the blessing associated with National Indian Gaming Commission for Penn become approved as its management company, but that’s mostly seen as a formality at this point, and construction is already underway.
Penn National operates the chi-chi M Resort on the far south end of the Las Vegas Strip; the very casino that is last in fact, before you head off to Southern California.
Native Compact Put to make use of
The new project will make use of the Native American tribe’s California gaming compact, held since 1999 to be called the Hollywood Casino Jamul. The construction that is new be three stories and a total of 200,000 square legs once completed. Year it’s expected to open towards the end of next.
Penn National Chief Operating Officer Jay Snowden says the new casino will ‘bring to fruition [the Jamul’s] eyesight to revitalize their booking and become self-sufficient, while simultaneously sharing gaming revenue with local governments and charities.’
Going up away from San Diego’s State Route 94, one concern had been traffic congestion and Continue reading Penn National Partners with Jamul Indian Village for California Casino