West Virginia casino owner terminates deal with sports betting provider Jeff Jinkins, MetroNews · March 29, 2019 at 4:26 pm State Lottery Director John Myers said Friday it could be months before sports betting returns to Delaware North properties Wheeling Island Casino in Wheeling and Mardi Gras Casino in Cross Lanes after the company terminated its contract with its management services provider Miomni. Miomni has been in a dispute with a third-party, technology vendor. That dispute caused the plug to be first pulled on sports betting at the two facilities March 6. The move has included sports betting both inside the casinos and on the BetLucky app. Delaware North has now ended its agreement with Miomni. “The West Virginia Lottery stands ready to work with Delaware North to bring both sportsbooks back online as quickly as possible once Delaware North has a solution in place,” Myers said Friday.