The closing of the transactions between Caesars and Enjoy remains subject to a number of conditions, including regulatory and governmental approvals in both Uruguay and Chile.
About CaesarsCaesars Entertainment is the world's most diversified casino-entertainment company. Since its beginning in Reno, Nevada, 75 years ago, Caesars has grown through development of new resorts, expansions, and acquisitions, and now operates casinos on four continents. The company's resorts operate primarily under the Caesars®, Harrah's®, and Horseshoe® brand names. Caesars also owns the World Series of Poker® and the London Clubs International family of casinos. Caesars Entertainment is focused on building loyalty and value with its guests through a unique combination of great service, excellent products, unsurpassed distribution, operational excellence, and technology leadership. Caesars Entertainment is committed to environmental sustainability and energy conservation and recognizes the importance of being a responsible steward of the environment. For more information, please visit www.caesars.com.
About EnjoyEnjoy S.A. is the leading casino resort operator in Chile, with a successful track record dating back over 35 years. The company operates a chain of 8 casinos (7 in Chile and 1 in Mendoza), with 5,718 slot machines, 265 gaming tables, 45 food & beverage points of sale and over 1,000 bingo positions. Alongside these casinos, Enjoy has 6 hotels for a total 835 rooms. Enjoy is the only listed entertainment company in Latin America, and the company's proven successful integrated entertainment model has become an industry benchmark for the region. For more information, please visit www.enjoy.cl.
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