Eldorado Resorts gains approval from Indiana Gaming Commission for Caesars merger Jason Hidalgo, Reno Gazette Journal · July 10, 2020 at 4:30 pm The merger between Eldorado Resorts and Caesars Entertainment just secured approval from another state regulator. The Indiana Gaming Commission is the latest gaming body to approve the pending $17.3 billion merger to create the largest gaming company in the United States. “The Company received approval from the Indiana Gaming Commission in connection with its pending acquisition of Caesars Entertainment Corporation … subject to applicable conditions,” Eldorado announced on Friday. With the Indiana Gaming Commission giving its blessing to the deal, only approvals from the Indiana Horse Racing Commission and the New Jersey Casino Control Commission remain. The Horse Racing Commission will hear the matter Monday while New Jersey regulators scheduled a hearing the merger for Wednesday. Eldorado and Caesars recently secured approval from the Nevada Gaming Control Board as well as the Nevada Gaming Commission earlier this week.