Who owns Ho Chunk casinos?

How many Ho-Chunk casinos are there?

NBC15 News has reached out to the Ho-Chunk Nation, which runs all six casinos, to ask what led to the closures and to see if they were related.

Who are the Ho-Chunk people?

The Ho-Chunk — formerly called the Winnebago — are members of a Siouan-speaking tribe who were established in Wisconsin at the time of French contact in the 1630s. The oral traditions of the tribe, particularly the Thunderbird clan, state that the Ho-Chunk originated at the Red Banks on Green Bay.

Why are the Ho Chunk casinos closed?

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) – Approximately two weeks after nearly all Ho-Chunk gaming centers were forced to close because of unnamed computer issues, the Ho-Chunk Nation’s Office of the President is releasing new information on the outage that left the casinos idle for several days.

What is the biggest casino in Wisconsin?

The largest casino in Wisconsin is the Potawatomi Hotel & Casino in downtown Milwaukee. It has a 19-story hotel featuring 381 guest rooms, including 16 lavish suites. There is also a 150,000-square-foot casino, six restaurants and a fast-food court with four dining options.

Is Ho Chunk Casino closing?

Ho-Chunk Gaming in Wisconsin Dells announced it has reopened following a shut down over the weekend from what it called a “major computer systems failure,” according to the casino’s Facebook page. The casino announced Aug. 30 it reopened its doors at 1 p.m. after suffering a from a computer systems failure.

THIS IS FUNNING:  Your question: Is alcohol served at Cherokee Casino?