Bally's Twin River Lincoln Casino Resort opens 40,000 square feet of new gaming space

April 25, 2023
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Since opening the region's largest Korean-inspired spa, Bally's has now expanded its casino floor to make room for more gaming space.

Bally's Twin River Lincoln Casino Resort has opened 40,000 square feet of new gaming space in a landmark expansion of its casino floor.

Speaking of the expansion, the Head of Bally's Rhode Island Operations Craig Eaton said: "Our expanded gaming floor, combined with other property improvements, represents a $100m investment in Rhode Island to generate much-needed revenue for our home state."

The new gaming area will include 355 slot machines, 57 tables games, 27 stadium-stye games a high-limit gaming area, a waterfall, a food hall that seats 150 guests, a private dining area with exterior views, a 16-seat casino bar and a cigar lounge with access to an outdoor smoking patio.

Governor Daniel McKee stated: "This expansion marks another important milestone for not only Bally's Lincoln but for Rhode Island itself. We are grateful to Bally's for its ongoing partnership that contributes to our workforce, our economy and our State as a whole.

"I also want to congratulate Bally's on the successful completion of this crucial expansion and continued investment in Rhode Island's future."

Earlier this year, Bally's opened Spa Light – International Spa, the region's largest Korean-inspired spa comprising 14,000 square feet. Suffolk Construction served as the general contractor for both projects.

Senate President Dominick Ruggerio

added: "I applaud Bally's efforts to continuously reinvest in itself and this State by improving upon an already wonderful gaming facility, and in so doing, fulfilling their commitment to constantly improve all they offer their customers, stakeholders, and the taxpayers of Rhode Island."


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