May 18, 2016
After 13 years the bingo hall, Naskila Entertainment, has reopened. The venue is owned by the Alabama-Coushatta tribe.
Naskila Entertainment is located north of Beaumont between Livingston and Woodville on tribal land.
A federal court order forced the bingo hall to previously close.
200 people attended the soft opening. The grand opening will take place on June 2. This is the day before the tribe's annual pow-wow.
The tribe was given approval by both the National Indian gaming Commission and the U.S. Department of Interior to offer Class II gaming and bingo.
The new casino has 365 electronic bingo machines in operation. There is a designated game room for smokers. There is also a VIP area and high stakes gaming.
Hamburgers, ribs, and salads are served at the 80 seat dining venue.
Naskila Entertainment offers membership to a players club. The members gaming is tracked and receives points that can be used towards free meals and other bonuses.
The casino has created 200 new jobs.
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