In Ottawa County on Wednesday, July, 750, unveiling of the Oklahoma Indian Peoria Tribe (PTIO) $ 3.3 million renovation of the Buffalo Run Casino & Resort to mark the completion of a 15-week project.

After 15 years of operation, the ceremonial ribbon was cut at the tribe's federally recognized casino center after it reportedly passed the biggest renovation on an estate in Miami, Oklahoma

from the moment of opening.

The entire multi-million dollar project was, according to CEO Craig Harper, designed to provide guests with a "full experience" ranging from entertainment, live bands, food and linkage activities, according to a report by The Joplin Globe.

Details of the project:

As part of the renovation, the casino restaurant has been completely rebuilt and rebranded and is now operating as Coal Creek. Designed to serve "exquisite American cuisine" seats in the 70 restaurant while his new nickname combines aspects of the tribe's origin. According to Tribal Chief Harper, the culinary staff at the property worked for months planning the new menu of the refurbished restaurant.

Other new additions include Top Golf Swing Suite and the esports game package, Contender, are both in the Backwoods Bar and Grill, which has also received a redesign and

Contender esports package , meanwhile, is courtesy of the tribe's newest partner, Northeastern A&M College (NEO A&M College), while also serving as headquarters for the new esports program public college .

In addition to the three-star, 70-room

Buffalo Run Hotel Other facilities on site include three dining options, bars / lounges, 1,500 Peoria Showplace event center, gift shop and more.