CHICAGO – Minnesota is banking on electronic bingo games to bolster its pot of expanded gambling revenues needed to repay its $348 million share of borrowing for the new $900 million Minnesota Vikings professional football stadium.

The Minnesota Gambling Control Board on Monday approved the new charitable games in which players would compete against other gamblers at various locations around the state.  The prizes are expected to lure gamblers with potential prices of up to $75,000. 

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