fter almost nine months of being shut due to the global pandemic, the City Center Rosario casino reopened its doors on Friday at 12 p.m. Attendance is restricted to half of the venue’s capacity with just slot machines being offered.
Santa Fe governor Omar Perotti issued an order which authorized the reopening on Wednesday.
City Center Rosario's Marketing and Communication Manager Romina Freijomil said: “Everything is ready. There will be no tables, no cloth, nor can you play bingo. If the capacity is full, the public will have to wait outside the room, and marks will be placed on the floor so that, in the rows, the distance of two meters is maintained. There will be a permanent cleaning team, which will take care of sanitizing and passing alcohol in all places.”
Online Gaming Offering
Coinciding with the resumption of land-based operations, City Center Rosario launched an online gaming platform for Santa Fe residents: www.citycenteronline.com.ar. It offers roulette, slots, poker games, blackjack, and bingo.
Freijomil said: “We are very happy with the operation of the site. For a long time, our clients have consulted us about the possibility of playing online, and today we are very happy not only to be able to provide a new service, but to know that we are making each of their wishes come true. The idea is that they can fully enjoy all the games we have online.”
“The global trend shows that online gaming is a fundamental part of the entertainment business and has been growing in recent years. In addition, today the internet is a common tool in the recreational offer, so online gambling is part of this growing habit of consumers. Online entertainment is one more product within the City Center Rosario offer, that is, it complements the offline experience of our clients.”