Video gambling went live at two Bartlett businesses Friday. Five machines were installed at Bannerman's Sports Grill, 858 S. Route 59, and four machines were installed at Bracht's Place, 363 S. Prospect Ave., village officials said. They are the first two businesses in the village to go live with video gambling. There are four other businesses -- Cadillac Ranch, Papa Pacino's, Tipsy Monkey and Nicodino's Pizza Co. & Cafe -- that are currently waiting for video gaming approval from the state. It is estimated that the village could make $2,250 annually per machine.
updated: 11/9/2012 4:44 PM
Video gambling goes live in Bartlett
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