Cache Creek Casino Resort in Northern California has reopened after a cyberattack forced the property to close for more than three weeks.
The 24-hour tribal casino, located along Highway 16 in Brooks about an hour outside of Sacramento, was back in business as of Monday afternoon.
“Our incredible teams and partners have completed the necessary work to return us to normal business operations,” the casino wrote in a social media post.
Cache Creek had been closed since the evening of Sept. 20 due to what it initially referred to generically as a “systems infrastructure failure,” and for nearly a week and a half, the casino provided limited updates and gave no estimated time frame for reopening.
On Sept. 30, the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation confirmed that the cause of the systems failure was “an external attack on (their) computer network,” as first reported by The Sacramento Bee and announced