Regional Casino News
Greentube and Konami Gaming Join Forces
Greentube and Konami will join forces to supply Foxwoods Interactive with a new social casino. Powered by Greentube, this deal will allow access to Konami’s old and new games across all devices and platforms. There will also be a portfolio of new games given access to the online players.
Gabriel Cianchetto the president of market development at Greentube said : “We wanted to make sure that player experiences were both enhanced and not interrupted.”
“We look forward to introducing new titles to Foxwoods growing user base”.
The guys at Lucky Nugget Casino are looking forward to this venture and the success that it’ll bring.
Marnell Gaming Purchases Nugget Casino Resort
The deal was finalised on Friday 6th May that Marnell had purchased The Nugget Casino Resort, but as of yet the terms of the deal are yet to be disclosed.
Marnell have announced they will not be changing the name of the resort, but instead will focus on venue improvements. Marnell will be investing around $25 million into the project over the next 18 to 24 months. 1,000 slot machines are also set to be replaced.
The Nugget advantage reward holders will not lose their benefits and status for now.
Australian Social Casino Gaming Watch List Published
The Australian Government is looking out for the little nippers down under, with a new strategy to restrict gambling exposure on children. The South Australian council have developed a list of casinos that need to improve standards.
Big Fish Casino, who offer several casino style games as free downloads on a variety of devices appears on the list. There are 64 marked games in total, flagged as red or yellow depending how much risk they pose. Other games on the list include 8 ball pool, Coin Dozer and Bingo Bash.
Lucky Dragon Hotel and Casino Opening Scheduled For Late 2016
The Las Vegas Economic Impact Regional Centre have announced the opening will take place in late 2016. It’ll be the first casino in the city to deliver authentic Asian cultural gaming. The hotel will host a variety of Asian-themed restaurants, accompanied by a fleet of multi-lingual staff. All the architecture is based on classic Asian buildings and design concepts. There will also be a high tea and Asian garden on the roof.
The hotel stands to be 27,500 square foot and will focus on popular Asian table games, but also have a few of the classic casino games.
So, what do you guys think about what’s going on in the casino world? Are you excited for new developments? Leave a comment down below and tell us what you think.