Mapping the recovery: United States’ casino reopenings (UPDATED 7/2 4:59 pm ET)

July 2, 2020 3:00 PM
  • CDC Gaming Reports
July 2, 2020 3:00 PM
  • CDC Gaming Reports

Due to the continued spread of the coronavirus, in mid-March casinos across the country closed nearly in unison resulting in an unprecedented shut-down of the gaming industry.

According to the American Gaming Association, as of June 12, 621 commercial and tribal casinos in 29 states have reopened. In other states, governments and sovereign tribal nations are making plans to reopen casinos.

Associate Publisher’s note: Due to the number of sovereign tribal nations and the often changing timeline of casino reopenings, states with both commercial and tribal casinos will only have tribal casinos marked as open or closed. Commercial casinos that “could possibly” or “may” reopen on a date are counted as indefinite until the government gives a reopening date. Please email with any corrections or updates.


Upcoming key dates:

Past key dates:

Changelog (all times EST):

  • June 12, 4:59pm; Updated Pennsylvania, Florida, Colorado
  • June 5, 3:24pm: Updated to add Ohio.
  • June 5, 2:01pm: Updated to reflect openings in Missouri, Delaware, Connecticut, Iowa, Kansas, Nevada, and West Virginia.
  • May 29, 4:15pm: Updated for Nevada, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Delaware, Connecticut, Iowa, Rhode Island
  • May 22, 3:45pm: Updated for Florida and Mississippi
  • May 19, 10:45am: Updated for New York
  • May 18, 4:55pm: Updated for Florida.
  • May 18, 3:58 pm: Updated Missouri to show fewer than two weeks to open. Added West Virginia commercial casinos’ opening date.
  • May 18, 8:27 am: Updated for Michigan, Louisiana, Arkansas, North Carolina, Oregon.
  • May 15, 9:40 am: Initial version.

For a list of individual casino openings (all 989 in the country), see AGA’s COVID-19 Casino Tracker.