Full House Resorts Inc., the gaming company that manages Midway Slots along with Simulcast in Harrington, has been given the green light to open and operate a casino in Nevada.
Full House Resorts will now be able to use its Nevada gaming license to run Stockman’s Casino located in Fallon, situated 60 miles east of Reno. The new facility will have 8,400 sq ft of gaming space which will hold 274 slot machines. Stockman’s will also boast table games and Keno.
According to Full House Resorts, they will also be acquiring the adjacent Holiday Inn Express, which has 98 rooms. This is still subject to regulatory approvals. Full House Resorts’ other gaming center, Midway Slots located at the Delaware State Fairgrounds, boasts 1,581 gaming devices. In addition, Full House also has a 350-seat buffet, a 50-seat diner, a steakhouse and an entertainment lounge.
Aside from its already booming gaming centers, Full House Resorts also has a management agreement with the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of Potawatomi Indians for the management and development of their planned casino-resort near Battle Creek, Mich., which will house more than 2,000 casino slots.