North Carolina casino unveils new slots as part of a $273-million build-out

North Carolina casino unveils new slots as part of a $273-million build-out

Two Kings Casino gets 500 new gaming machines as it expands its operations

A North Carolina gaming site, owned by the Catawba Indians, has been a great success since its opening day on July 1. Because of this gratifying acceptance, tribal leaders said late last week that they are looking to expand the business even further. According to reports, they are beginning to add about 500 gaming machines to the Two Kings Casino gaming facility at Kings Mountain.

According to the tribe, site work for the expansion began last month. The new machines will be in the same type of prefabricated modular structures as the existing facility and it was announced that they will be attached to the existing casino. Mike Ulizio, president of the Catawba Nation Gaming Authority, said the casino has had a very successful operation in recent months. That is why the tribe wants the expansion to be completed as soon as possible.

According to the press release, a construction schedule for the larger casino has not yet been established. However, it is expected to be unveiled soon and its duration should not be too long. The 24/7 facility that opened in July is the first phase of the planned $273-million Two Kings Casino Resort. The expansion is a logical move on the part of the casino’s leadership as, since its opening, many people have begun to visit the casino on a consistent basis.

With this expansion, there will be more opportunities for all those who consider themselves fans of gaming machines, which are usually a very lucrative business in the different casinos in the country.

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