Casino " Hippodrome in London, like many other casinos around the country, is happy to welcome customers back through its doors.
Under the terms of the UK government's four-stage roadmap to ease the national lockdown in England, casinos have been allowed to open their tables and slot machines to customers on 17 May.
Speaking in betting and gambling council report (BGC) Simon Thomas , CEO of London's Hippodrome Casino, spoke about how excited he and his staff, and the casino industry as a whole, are to be offering their casino services again. general public.
He said: “We are thrilled to be reopening here at the Hippodrome and I know my colleagues in casinos across the country feel the same way. It's time to start living again, and not just exist.
“We will be fully prepared, not only to protect against COVID, but also to entertain our customers with restaurants, outdoor lounges, places where people can start living again, and not just exist.”
In addition, the CEO also detailed the significant financial contribution of the casino and gaming sector to the UK economy, as well as highlighting the significant value the industry is playing by providing a source of entertainment for many people.
“Casinos are a very important part of the economy of this country,” he added. “We employ more than 11,000 people. We paid £1.3bn in taxes in the years leading up to COVID and we look forward to playing our part in the recovery of this country's economy while also playing our incredibly important part in the entertainment of this economy where people live . have fun and live again."
Opened in 2012 and located in the heart of London, Hippodrome Casino offers a wide range of gambling but also regularly hosts live entertainment as well as on-site bars, lounges and restaurants, including the popular Heliot Steakhouse.
Source - BGC - Betting and Gambling Council YouTube Channel
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