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Tag: new casino

Greek government makes headway on new casino licensing framework

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Greek lawmakers are moving forward towards the introduction of new legislation which may expedite the development of a casino as part long-delay €8bn Hellinikon resort project. On 6 December, Greek parliamentarians debated a new Finance Ministry amendment to Law 4512/2018 which sets out the terms and conditions for casino operations in the country. The amendment would see the establishment of a...

Jocs SA receives approval for Andorra casino

Jocs SA has beaten Genting to Andorra’s first land-based casino, despite the local firm’s bid coming almost $150m under that of its multinational rival. Jocs SA will build and operate Andorra’s new casino following a bidding process which saw the disqualification of international operator Genting’s rival $164.6m bid. The successful $17.5m, four-storey, 4000 sq mt proposal from the local gambling information...

Silver Heritage pushes ahead with Tiger Palace opening

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  Australian-listed casino operator Silver Heritage Group held a soft opening for the hotel portion of its Tiger Palace Resort Bhairahawa in Nepal, with the casino opening set to follow in roughly six weeks.   “The development of Tiger Palace continues ahead of schedule and within the revised budgeted cost of $51.8m, and the first paying hotel guests are booked in for...

Casinos Austria International to launch Liechtenstein’s second casino

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  Casinos Austria International will open Liechtenstein's second casino in the Pirandello business centre in Schaanwald on 25 October.   Hosting seven gaming tables, four for card games and three for roulette, alongside 114 slots, the new venue will be just a few kilometres away from Casinos Austria's Bregenz casino across the border in Austria. Liechtenstein saw the opening of its first casino,...

Government of Queensland supports plans for a second casino  

  Queensland’s government has signalled its support for plans for a new gaming venue to be built on Australia’s Gold Coast.   Should a proposal go ahead, it would bring a second casino to the city after the Star Gold Coast, operated by the Star Entertainment Group. Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate said that he had received a letter from state development...