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Germany – Brandenburg casinos see a slight fall in 2016

By - 1 March 2017

The two casinos owned by Brandenburgische Spielbanken saw profit fall slightly in 2016.

The operator of the casinos in Potsdam and Cottbus, both in Brandenburg, generated a profit of €8.6m, representing a fall of 7.8 per cent on the previous year’s figures. They paid €2.4m in taxation to the state government.

Both casinos from the cities of Potsdam and Cottbus are an integral part of the economy and leisure time. In addition to participations in local events and through their own events, they also contribute to the revitalisation of nightlife thanks to their long opening hours.

In 2016, the Brandenburg casinos set new standards in the gambling industry by investing in a new, comfortable entry system as well as a contemporary, ultimate game table for fun without any money.
In August 2016 a new reception system from Venenscan was successfully launched in both casinos. This state-of-the-art system was quickly accepted by guests and after just a short time more than 40 per cent of the database were registered. If a guest registers via Venenscan, it means they don’t have to present their identity card to gain access.

In November, Spielbank Cottbus became the first casino in Germany to offer the cashless Fun4Four game table, which is equipped with a multi-touch system.

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