August 8th is the opening date for the flagship skyscraper of Crown Gaming. The casino will only be open to high net worth individuals.
According to reports in the local media, the casino will only be open to high net worth individuals on this date.
An inquiry led by a former Supreme Court judge found that the company was not fit to hold a gaming license and prevented it from opening its new casino and hotel. Crown has been working to meet the requirements of the state.
The New South Wales Independent Liquor & Gaming Authority approved a gaming license for the property on certain conditions for an initial period of 18 months. An independent assessor was appointed to oversee the business and ensure that all licensing requirements are met.
The opening was said to be by Crown Sydney CEO Simon McGrath.
The opening of our gaming operations at Crown Sydney is a defining moment for Crown, and the culmination of months of hard work from our dedicated team. The entire team at Crown Sydney has been preparing for this moment for a long time and we felt the symbolism of the 08.08 date represented ideal timing to open our doors.
The Chinese believe that the number eight is a lucky number and associated with wealth.
The Bergin inquiry highlighted the scale of the issues that needed to be addressed by Crown and that the money laundered through its casino operations could never happen again, according to Philip Crawford.
Two of Crown’s new gaming floors are called the Crystal Room and the Mahogany Room, while there are 12 private Sky Salons. There are over 160 gaming tables and 70 electronic table games on the floors.
A new addition was added by McGrath.
Crown Sydney’s restricted gaming facility has been designed with the highest levels of governance and compliance in mind, and is committed to delivering a safe and responsible gaming environment for all.
All patrons must be members of the casino’s high roller program and undergo extensive background checks to establish a legal source of funds.
The image was created by Paolo Rosa.
Crown Gaming has announced that it will open its new casino and hotel in Sydney’s Bangaroo on August 8. Crown was prevented from opening its new AU$2.2 billion casino and hotel in Bangaroo for over a year due to an inquiry led by former Supreme Court judge Patricia Bergin had found that the company was unfit to hold a gaming license.