Tribal Organization: Jamul Indian VillageJAMUL CASINO
Jamul Casino near San Diego opened October 10, 2016. It was originally named Hollywood Casino-Jamul San Diego but a management separation from Penn National Gaming announced March 1, 2018 resulted in rebranding the name to Jamul Casino.
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The Jamul Indian Village (JIV) entered into a partnership with Penn National Gaming to build a Hollywood-branded casino on 6 acres of tribal land in San Diego County. The casino site is located on state Route 94 about 20 miles east of downtown San Diego. Construction on the $380 million, three-story casino began in January 2015.
After the tribe signed a gaming compact with the state in 1999, there were 15 years of legal hurdles to gain approval. In August 2016 the Jamul Indian Village signed a 30-year gaming compact with the State of California.
On March 1, 2018 the Jamul Indian Village announced it would self-manage the casino and end its partnership with Penn National Gaming. As a result the casino name was changed to Jamul Casino.
$380 million cost
200,000 sq-ft, 3-story
1,700 slot machines
43 live table games including poker