SHREVPORT, Louisiana -- Caesars Entertainment is asking a federal judge to dismiss a class action lawsuit over cash-out machines.
A Shreveport man is suing Caesars Entertainment, saying the casino owner is stealing millions of dollars from players a few cents at a time.
The lawsuit says Caesars uses an automated cash out system that's programmed to short change players by rounding down to the nearest dollar.
The lawsuit says, by not providing coins, Caesars is pocketing millions of dollars.
The case was filed as a class action, on behalf of everyone who's used one of Caesar's cash-out kiosks since 2012.
Law 360 reports Caesars says Young is suing the wrong company because they don't own the Horseshoe Bossier City, where Young played.
Caesars sold that casino to Vici Properties in 2017 but still manages it under a lease agreement.
Caesars runs three casinos in Louisiana.
They also operate gaming resorts in Florida, Mississippi, and 14 other states.View This Story on Our Site