Caesars Entertainment Operating Company Bankruptcy

Caesars Entertainment Operating Company filed for bankruptcy today. That is not a surprise to anyone who has been following the issues. It is a voluntary reorganization intended to reduce Caesars’ long term debt. Guests and gamblers should not really notice a difference. The casinos and resorts are still open for business as usual. The Total Rewards players club is still intact and your comp/RC balances should not be affected.

Many of Caesars’ more popular properties in Las Vegas (like The Cromwell, The LINQ, Flamingo and Planet Hollywood) are actually owned or operated by other Caesars Entertainment subsidiaries and are not part of the bankruptcy filing.

Here is the list of the casinos affected by the bankruptcy:

  • Bally’s Atlantic City
  • Caesars Atlantic City
  • Caesars Palace Las Vegas
  • Harveys Lake Tahoe
  • Harrah’s Lake Tahoe
  • Harrah’s Reno
  • Harrah’s North Kansas City
  • Harrah’s Joliet
  • Harrah’s Metropolis
  • Harrah’s Council Bluffs
  • Horseshoe Council Bluffs
  • Horseshoe Hammond
  • Horseshoe Southern Indiana
  • Horseshoe Tunica
  • Tunica Roadhouse
  • Harrah’s Gulf Coast
  • Horseshoe Bossier City
  • Louisiana Downs

For more information, visit Caesars’ CEOC Restructuring Guest FAQ page.