Pennsylvania: Groundbreaking slated for mini-casino in Westmoreland County Michael A. Fuoco, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette · November 11, 2019 at 4:01 pm A groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday in Hempfield will mark the beginning of construction of Live! Casino, a mini-casino at Westmoreland Mall. With completion of the $150 million project expected in late 2020, the 100,000-square-foot mini-casino will have 750 slot machines and 30 gaming tables, the maximum allowed by Pennsylvania law for satellite casinos, known as Category 4 casinos. There also will be dining, bars and entertainment. Owner Stadium Casino LLC, part of Baltimore-based The Cordish Companies, estimates that the project will create 960 construction jobs, 500 permanent jobs and will have an annual economic impact on the region of $200 million.