Cyprus Casinos reached another milestone as it welcomed its one-millionth visitor at C2 Limassol.
Cyprus.- Cyprus will become one of the biggest gambling destinations in Europe as the country will open the first integrated resort (IR) in 2021. In the meantime, Cyprus Casinos C2 has opened a number of satellite casinos, and on Friday, July 18, the company reached the milestone of welcoming its one-millionth visitor.
C2 Limassol registered Cyprus Casinos’ one-millionth visitor, who is also a C2 Rewards Club member, in-cyprus.com reports. The visitor received some prizes for helping the company reach that milestone.
Craig Ballantyne, Property President of City of Dreams Mediterranean and Cyprus Casinos “C2”, said that this is a significant thing for the company as it rewards the hard work that they have put in the last year.
“Following the recent launch of our third satellite casino C2 Ayia Napa and the upcoming launch of C2 Paphos, Cyprus Casinos will attract even more visitors from Cyprus and abroad and enhance the entertainment offerings in those cities,” said Ballantyne.
“At the same time, we believe that when City of Dreams Mediterranean opens in 2021, the Integrated Casino Resort will offer a wide range of attractions and entertainment options beyond gaming, which will enhance Cyprus’ regional and global position as an important entertainment and tourist destination.”
Cyprus Casinos opened third satellite casino
The third satellite casino to open in Cyprus, C2 Ayia Napa, is located in Asia Napa’s tourist area. The gambling facility sits on a 13k m2 plot, and the gaming area, featured on 367 m2, offers 50 slot machines. The C2 Ayia Napa is open every day from 3pm until 6am and exclusive to people over 21. An entrance fee or membership is not necessary to access the facility and engage with gambling options.