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Dotty’s Café, Stella’s Place and Shelby’s – video gaming cafes that collectively operate over 100 strip mall locations in 21 counties in the state – sued the Illinois Gaming Board in Cook County Circuit Court on Tuesday, claiming two provisions of the act and a board policy are unconstitutional and are hurting their businesses.

Illinois Official Reports Shortly thereafter, the Gaming Board seized two of the Kiosks belonging to plaintiff Windy City Promotions, LLC (Windy City), from a health club in Morris. In response, Windy City sued the Illinois Gaming Board for declaratory relief and replevin, alleging that the Gaming Board lacked the authority both to issue the Website Gaming Firms Place Their Bets in Bidding for Final Illinois ...

The Rivers Casino in Des Plaines, Illinois was fined $2 million by the state’s Gaming Board on Thursday. The two-million dollars was a record fine for any casino in the state. Several different gaming regulations were violated, including promotional infractions and subcontracting work to a company which might have had organized crime ties.

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