Casino Niagara completes $7M renovation

Niagara Casino announces casino Niagara’s second-floor reopening after completing $3.5 million in renovations to the space and investing $3.5 million more in new slot machines and gaming technology across the property.

“Our mission at the Niagara Casino is to provide a world-class entertainment experience for all our customers,” said Richard Taylor, president of the Niagara Casino. “Our investment in the Niagara Casino is helping us fulfill that mission, and with our new restaurant, poker room, and next-generation gaming options, we are providing customers with one of the most comprehensive entertainment experiences in Southern Ontario.”

Investment in renovation and improvement is part of Casino Niagara’s plan to attract both loyal and new customers, strengthen its business, and continue to deliver the “simply more fun” services promised by Casino Niagara 바카라

Casino Niagara’s new amenities include:
LEV2L Sports Bar and Entertainment: The sports-themed restaurant and bar has a 123-inch HDTV and a plethora of additional HDTVs, allowing sports fans to enjoy every move of their favorite sports teams from preseason to finals. The restaurant is also the largest sports-themed restaurant in the Niagara region with new menus, stages for live music performances, spaces for sportswear, and the largest sports-themed restaurant.
Poker Room: The renovated space also has a new 24-table poker room with views of Niagara Falls. Starting from Nov. 13, 2017, the new poker room will host a satellite for the Falls View Poker Classic World Poker Tour event in February 2018.
New gaming technology: Investments include the creation of interactive gaming zones that include a variety of new slot machines and items such as PlayStation and Xbox consoles, Golden Tee systems, and immersive technology-based games.
The Niagara Casino held an opening ceremony and ribbon cutting ceremony, which was attended by the president of the Niagara Casino, Richard Taylor, Mayor of Niagara Falls Jim Diodati, Chief Operating Officer of OLG Greg McKenzie, local council member Wayne Gates of Niagara Falls, and local business leaders.

“This is the culmination of the hard work of many people at the Niagara Casino and OLG. And I want to thank everyone who worked on this project,” said Greg McKenzie, OLG’s chief operating officer. “AllG has been a member of the Niagara Falls community since the casino first opened in 1996. New gaming technologies, redesigned sports bars, and improved dining experiences will help keep the business strong, which benefits both Niagara Falls and the region. OLG’s commitment is to continue to make this community a better place to live, work, and do business.”

“We’re very excited to welcome so many partners in the community at today’s opening ceremony,” Taylor said. “Partnerships with local governments, tourism organizations, and business communities are one of the key components of success, and it’s been great to have so many partners join us in the celebration.”

In his speech, Taylor also acknowledged that the employees of the Niagara Casino contributed to the project and the success of the company as a whole.

“Our colleagues are and will continue to be an important reason for our success,” Taylor said. “Their commitment, dedication, hard work, ingenuity, and team spirit demonstrate every day in what they do, community engagement, and customer service efforts. Without their efforts, we would not have welcomed you to the new Level 2 today.”

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