Russian casino, the Tigre de Cristal, the largest casino in Russia will reopen to the public today with social distancing measures in place.
Summit Ascent Holdings, the Hong Kong company that operates the casino in the Asian Primorye gaming zone of Russia, said that it would open with some strict health and safety protocols. These include switching off 50 per cent of the slots and social distancing at the table games.
The move comes despite the incidence of Covid-19 infections in the region showing no significant reduction.
Tigre de Cristal is located in the Primorye Integrated Entertainment Zone near the Russian Pacific port city of Vladivostok, in Primorsky Krai. Summit Ascent is the lead promoter of Tigre de Cristal, with a 60-percent stake in the property’s operator Oriental Regent Ltd.
The reopening of the Russian casino Tigre de Cristal had not “only allowed employees to go back to work, it has also enabled the upgrade works of Tigre de Cristal to continue,” said the firm. The latter is to include a new Suncity VIP gambling room, Korean and Chinese restaurants and an addition of approximately 30 hotel rooms to the property, according to the filing.
More details on the reopening of the Tigre de Cristal casino you can find HERE.