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Australia – Darwin casino to be renamed Mindil Beach Casino

By - 4 April 2019

Having now completed its purchase of Darwin’s SkyCity Casino, Delaware North has confirmed it will rename the property Mindil Beach Casino & Resort.

Signage featuring a new logo and colour scheme will start to appear throughout the casino and resort, and on uniforms, vehicles, casino collateral and other casino and resort marketing assets.

Delaware North Managing Director Gary Brown said the conclusion of the deal was an important milestone for the company in Australia as it added an internationally-renowned venue to the company’s growing stable of gaming and entertainment assets in the region.

Outlining his vision for Mindil Beach Casino & Resort, Mr. Brown said there is great potential for the venue to spur jobs for the local population and drive economic growth in Darwin, and that further entrenching itself within the Darwin community was integral to this.

“We see Mindil Beach Casino & Resort as having the potential to be Darwin’s premier entertainment venue, which is what appealed to us most about pursuing the opportunity to add it to our portfolio of gaming and hospitality venues in the region,” Brown said.

“Our team is exploring steps we can take to enhance what is already a terrific operation, such as infusing the international experience of Delaware North’s culinary team to enhance dining experiences throughout the resort, along with property-wide improvements to broaden appeal to new local, interstate and international guests.”

Mr. Brown said Delaware North would also explore opportunities to enhance the casino’s gaming offerings with new machines and gaming options.

“As a family-owned-and-operated company with a successful track record running gaming and resort venues around the world, we recognize the important contribution our staff has made to our success, and if there are opportunities for team members to gain experience working at any of our other venues, we’re more than happy to explore them,” Mr. Brown said.

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