Gaming1 has successfully obtained the operating rights for the esteemed Casino de Davos and Casino de Crans-Montana in Valais, Switzerland, through its subsidiary Circus Casino France. These highly sought-after licenses were granted by the Swiss Federal Council, which represents a major accomplishment for the Belgian gaming firm.
The licenses that were granted, which run from 2025 to 2044, strengthen Gaming1’s standing in the Swiss market. The gambling group entered the Swiss market in 2017 and went on to become the main stakeholder of Casino de Davos in 2021. The following year, it repeated this feat at Casino de Crans-Montana.
Development Plans for Davos and Crans-Montana
Gaming1 envisions a strategic shift for the Davos casino, intending to relocate it to a nearby facility. This move is not merely logistical; it aligns with the company’s ambitious plans for the casino’s development. Additionally, the company plans to introduce a new sports bar, enhancing the overall entertainment offerings at the location.
In Crans-Montana, Gaming1 has outlined comprehensive plans for the casino’s modernization and expansion. The blueprint includes the introduction of a sports bar, seminar rooms, a revamped restaurant area with a scenic lake view, and multifunctional event spaces. Gaming1 is also eyeing the acquisition of an online license, aligning with the evolving landscape of digital gaming.
Gaming1’s CEO, Emmanuel Mewissen, acknowledged his happiness at obtaining these two much sought concessions. Speaking on the accomplishment, he said, “I am delighted and proud that the Gaming1 group has been awarded these two new concessions for the Davos and Crans-Montana casinos.”
Mewissen went on to highlight the happiness that all of the employees at Gaming1 are experiencing as well as the confidence that different authorities have in the organization. Gaming1’s petition for these licenses was successful, which is considered a tribute to its strategic development approach and quality control.
The licenses that Gaming1 has been granted pave the way for a bright and successful future in the Swiss gaming industry as it gets ready to take over the transformation and growth of the casinos in Davos and Crans-Montana. The organization’s dedication to augmenting the amusement vista and investigating prospects in the digital gaming domain places it in a prominent position within Switzerland’s flourishing casino sector.
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