Video Game Terminals Could be Coming to Indiana Bars
What's better than video games and beer?
According to a report from Eyewitness News, small businesses and veterans' organizations have asked state legislators to "to legalize the use of video gaming terminals in Indiana in bars and restaurants."
House Bill 1662, the legalization of video gaming terminals, could certainly bring a new and exciting to dynamic to bars across Indiana. Eyewitness News reported that, "VGTs are pay-to-play electronic video games that simulate common games that you may see in a casino like Blackjack or Poker." The more you play, the better chance you have at winning free game credits that can be exchanged for cash.
A reported 370 bars from across Indiana have rallied behind the Bill 1662.
Eyewitness News reported that according to a recent study by Union Gaming, the legalization of VGTs could bring in over 32,000 jobs and $700 million in investment in the state.
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