The Missouri casino has added new gaming machines, flooring and bars.
US.- St Jo Frontier Casino, located in St Joseph, Missouri, has undergone a renovation and will reopen on Friday (December 1). There will be a ribbon-cutting ceremony and giveaways.
The casino has added several new gaming machines, new flooring, bars, chandeliers and other new décor. The venue offers table games, slots, video poker and the A-Play Club loyalty programme.
Owned by Affinity Gaming, St Jo Frontier Casino is part of a group that also includes Mark Twain Casino, in LaGrange, Missouri, Lakeside Hotel Casino, in Osceola, Iowa, Silver Sevens Hotel & Casino, in Las Vegas, Nevada, Primm Valley Casino Resorts, Buffalo Bills Resort & Casino and Whiskey Pete’s Hotel & Casino, in Primm, Nevada.
VP and general manager Donald Wren said: “I think this upgrade will bring some people back that haven’t been here in a while, and bring people here that haven’t been here at all. Also, some of the individuals that are in between us and the city, that may be in the city for a bit of a different experience, may start to migrate back here as well. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, we’re giving away $10,000, we encourage everyone to come down and see the new place.”
Becky Voyles, gaming operations director, added: “In addition to the new games that we’ve added and the new themes, I wanted to accentuate that our progressive jackpots have reached high totals.”
PlayAGS gains licences in Colorado and Missouri
In September, PlayAGS received licence approval to offer its electronic gaming machines and table products to casino operators in the US states of Colorado and Missouri.
Mark DeDeaux, AGS senior vice president and general manager, slots, said: “Getting licensed in these two important jurisdictions is a meaningful piece of AGS’ overall growth strategy, in combination with the investments we have made in hiring top talent within R&D and expanding our game studios worldwide. We are pleased to be able to offer our high-performing, chart-topping new products to customers in both the Colorado and Missouri markets.”