The Company has notified each of the 27 regulatory agencies that have jurisdiction over the Company’s gaming and racing operations of the proposed separation and has made, and is continuing to make, all documentary filings required or requested by the various agencies. The Company believes that no further regulatory approvals will be required by 12 of the 27 agencies prior to the consummation of the separation and distribution of shares of GLPI common stock, and that further prior approvals will be required from the other 15 agencies. No assurance can be given on the timing of the remaining regulatory approvals or whether any of the 27 regulatory agencies may require the Company or GLPI to provide additional information or obtain additional approvals.Based on Penn National Gaming’s current real estate portfolio, GLPI is expected to initially own the real estate associated with 19 casino facilities, which have a total of over 2,900 acres of land and 6.6 million square feet of building space. GLPI would lease back to Penn National Gaming 17 of these casino facilities and own and operate two gaming facilities in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Perryville, Maryland.
Penn National Gaming Secures Nevada Gaming Control Board Approval Of The Steps Necessary To Implement The Planned Separation Of Its Operating Assets From Real Property Assets
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