Video Lottery Facility – Location Commission
License Proposal Fact Sheet
Alleghany County – Rocky Gap State
April 26, 2012
Evitts Resort, LLC; Lakes Maryland Development, LLC
# of Video Lottery Terminals (VLT’s) Proposed:
850 VLT’s in a 50,000 square foot facility attached to the Rocky Gap Lodge and Resort, with an anticipated expansion to 1,000 VLT’s in the second year of operations.
Lyle Berman, Timothy Cope, Damon Schramn, Ray Moberg, Richard White, Larry Barenbaum, and Neil Sell
Intital License Fee Paid:
2.1 million for 350 VLT’s – the intial license fee is waived for up to 500 VLT’s.
Proposed Operator Share:
50% for the first 10 years, and 33% in subsequent years.
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