In fact, Charles Town paid more in state table games privilege taxes -- $4.66 million -- than the other facilities had in total table games revenues.
Also Tuesday, the Lottery Commission:
Previously, access was restricted to registered guests at the hotel, members of The Greenbrier Sporting Club and to individuals registered for conventions or conferences at the resort if 400 or more rooms were occupied.
Musgrave said the change will make it slightly easier for people attending events at The Greenbrier to access the casino without opening it up to the general public.
"We don't want buses pulling up and unloading folks just for the purpose of going to the casino," he said.
The new agreement increases Lottery's payments to the EBA by $9,000 a year, to about $170,000, to cover increased costs to the EBA to access satellite uplinks to transmit the nightly telecast to television stations around the state. The current contract expires Oct. 8.
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