Providing a new way to access table games at Bally’s Twin River Casino is the focus of a Rhode Island Senate bill headed to the House of Representatives.
Senate Bill 948 Sub A was approved late Thursday, said Senate President Dominick J. Ruggiero, D-North Providence. The legislation would allow Rhode Island residents over the age of 21 to play table games remotely within the state using a computer or mobile app.
“This legislation provides an added convenience to Rhode Islanders who would like to play the existing table games offered at Twin River via their mobile devices,” Ruggiero said. “It helps ensure the continued strength of the state facilities in the competitive regional gaming market.”