The South African complex became the second largest casino in the country after it opened its doors to the public on Saturday.
South Africa.- Sun International’s South African casino Time Square inaugurated the first phase of the project on Saturday, April 1. The event started with 50 invited guests and 100 residents who enjoyed the first look of the US$297 million facility.
According to Pretoria East Rekord, Time Square general manager Brett Hoppé, said: “Every day has been a milestone in this exceptionally exciting development, with the evolution of the site, especially in the past four months, being nothing short of breathtaking.” The grand opening is scheduled for November 2017, and according to its developers it will feature an unprecedented technology for the African country. The casino is set to offer 2000 brand new slot machines along with 60 table games, and its futuristically designed venue will feature approximately 1000 digital screens.
The following phase is set to include a state of the art Arena with 8500 seats, and it will be followed with the The Maslow Time Square hotel in March 2018. Bianco Marini, slots manager at the Time Square, said in March that they’re redefining the gaming experience with an offering that is currently unprecedented in South Africa, and it’s also a never-seen before anywhere else in the world.