An average of 362 people per day - Casino of Vannes
The casino at Parc du Golfe, in France records a significantly higher attendance than the average estimation at its opening. Open since June 17, the facility receives 362 people a day on average, an influx well above the targets (300 people per day). The casino reached its record attendance during its opening day with 600 people. The casino is still in its temporary installation, but the numbers are promising. The temporary casino of Vannes offers currently table games and 65 slot machines, but the number of machines should increase to 75 in the coming months. Besides, five new slots should arrive in mid-September. According to Vannes casino CEO, Arnaud Mandret, the facility stands out from the competition with a high payout. A total gain of € 2.79 million has already been distributed since the temporary opening of casino at Parc du Golfe, among which many gains of € 6,000 on slot machines from 1 cent to € 2.
Restaurants and bars also play an important role in the casino in the afternoon, 600 meals served since the opening, as the game space realizes nice peaks in the evening. The provisional casino of Vannes does not blush over other casino in the region, as that in Carnac, Quiberon, Larmor-Plage and Arzon. The revenues of Crouesty casino, in Arzon has even declined by 4% in July. The casino manager, Olivier Bourrée, announced that three gains of € 9,800 was earned in July on 75 slot machines. The hotel also offers two blackjack tables to its players.
Tuesday, 11 August 2015
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