Officials at Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh say that although the enterprise was hit by a computer virus, none of their customers’ personal information was compromised. A spokesperson said that no games were affected either. The attacked was confirmed on Sunday night and the casino issued the following statement reported by local Channel 11 News.

“Rivers Casino recently identified and successfully isolated a computer virus. Importantly, game play has not been impacted, and no gaming data is at risk. We are working to correct the situation and apologize for any inconvenience,” said spokeswoman Emily Adams.

Some reports indicate that several gambling kiosks inside the casino were shut down, and other’s mentioned that hosts were passing out chocolate chip cookies and greeting patrons, but not disclosing any information on the situation.

There has been no report from casino officials on how the virus was discovered or if it actually interrupted any operations.

This story will be updated with any breaking relevant news, and to provide a link to an official statement on the casino’s website if one is provided.