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Southern California tribes see gaming business improving

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Artist's rendering of the Hollywood Casino Jamul.

A handful of tribes in San Diego, California, are seeing an improvement in their gaming business, prompting multi-million dollar expansion and renovation projects.

The Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians is nearly finished with a $160 million expansion. The project includes a new hotel tower that will give the Harrah’s Rincon Casino & Resort the largest number of rooms at any tribal facility in the entire state.

Meanwhile, the San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians just finished an $6 million "extreme" makeover of the Valley View Casino. And the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians unveiled a $36 million hotel at the Viejas Casino last year.

A new player is coming to the county too. The Jamul Indian Village started work on a $360 million casino that's due to open in late 2015.

Get the Story:
Local casinos bet big on expansions (The San Diego Union-Tribune 1/18)
Valley View betting you'll like its new casino (CBS8 1/16)

Related Stories:
County to sue over highway work for Jamul Band casino (01/15)
San Pasqual Band shutters casino for 'extreme' makeover (01/09)
Rincon Band set to break ground on $150M casino expansion (10/30)
Viejas Band ready to welcome visitors to $36M casino hotel (03/21)

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