MGM Throws Down Gauntlet To Rival In $800M Casino Project

Law360, New York (May 09, 2013, 5:14 PM ET) -- An MGM Resorts International unit submitted its bid Thursday for a Maryland gambling license that would pave the way for its $800 million waterfront casino project — throwing an official gauntlet down before top rival Penn National Gaming Inc.

With a Friday deadline approaching, affiliate MGM National Harbor filed for a license from the State of Maryland Video Lottery Facility Location Commission, which would put it on the path toward developing a 20-acre waterfront property in Prince George's County, Md., into a destination resort, according to...
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