United States’ coronavirus casino closures mapped (UPDATED 10:43 AM ET) Cory Roberts, CDC Gaming Reports · March 18, 2020 at 5:33 am Associate publisher’s note: I’m glad so many found this useful over the past few crazy days. We are reaching the point of diminishing returns on the usefulness of updating this map, with too many case-by-case tribal casinos in the states that have not yet closed the majority of their casinos. Look for our next map detailing dates when casinos are expected to open. Casinos across the country have been closing at an unprecedented rate. Some are closed by choice, some are government orders. Tribal casinos, being sovereign nations, are a tricky situation. Below the map is a changelog, which shows what was changed when the map was last updated. Updated March 18, 2020 10:43 am ET Click to enlarge. Changelog (all times EST) March 18 10:43am – Verified using official websites: All casinos in Maine have voluntarily closed. All casinos in North Carolina have voluntarily closed. All casinos have Arkansas have voluntarily closed. March 18 10:25am – Naskila Gaming has closed in Texas, making all of Texas’s casinos voluntarily closed. March 18 8:13am – Nevada has ordered all commercial casinos to close. West Virginia has ordered all casinos to close. Kickapoo Tribe in Texas has voluntarily closed their casino, making Texas case-by-case. Seven Feathers Casino in Oregon has closed, making Oregon case-by-case. March 17 6:20pm – Iowa governor has ordered all commercial casinos to close. March 17 3:46pm – Missouri governor has ordered all casinos to close. Twin Arrows Casino closed in Arizona, making Arizona case-by-case. March 17 11:10am – Delaware has ordered all casinos to close. March 17 10:15am – Kansas governor has ordered all state-owned casinos closed. March 17 8:00am – Connecticut tribal casinos have voluntarily closed. March 16 7:55pm – Colorado has ordered all commercial casinos closed. Suquamish, Puyallup, Tulalip tribes in Washington have shut down their casinos. March 16 6:22pm – Mississippi has ordered all commercial casinos closed. March 16 5:06pm – A handful of Minnesota tribal casinos have voluntarily closed. March 16 4:38pm – Calder Casino has voluntarily closed in Florida. March 16 4:30pm – Fixed Louisana erroneously labeled as “All casinos closed by government.” Tribal casinos will decide independently. March 16 3:56pm – MGM is voluntarily closing its casinos in Mississippi. March 16 3:42pm – Pennsylvania governor has ordered all casinos shut. March 16 2:44pm – Oxford Casino in Maine, Potawatomi casino in Wisconsin, The Stables casino in Oklahoma, and S and K Gaming Board casinos in Monata all voluntarily closed March 16 2:25pm – Prairie Meadows voluntarily closed, making Iowa case by case March 16 2:02pm – Harrah’s voluntarily closed its North Carolina casinos, making North Carolina case by case March 16 12:36pm – Initial Version Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any corrections.