The Great Canadian Entertainment has just announced its new casino property resort – estimated around $1 billion in value, that will soon open its door on August 1st. The property will see a massive casino, including the company’s landmark Great Canadian Toronto Poker Room.
Like its sister buildings, The Great Canadian Casino Resort Toronto also features a hotel with 400 luxury rooms.
Peeping through the process
Last June, the company opened the resort to the public to exhibit the casino resort’s progress. With 145 table games and a total of 4,800 slot machines, a 3800-car parking lot and a myriad of restaurants, The Great Canadian Casino Resort Toronto promises a myriad of entertainment facilities that can host up to 5,000 people.
One of the landmarks of the casino will definitely be the Poker Room – which will have an entire floor dedicated to itself. The red-vibrant poker room will include 30 poker-specific tables, with ‘Limit’ and ‘No Limit’ set at various levels on the different poker tables. Poker tournament events will also be frequently hosted at the premises, and slots as well as ETGs, will adorn the waiting room for the poker players who are waiting for their turn to play.
Moreover, the resort will incorporate a 400-room hotel with racetrack views and all the modernized amenities you would expect to find in a luxury resort. The wellness zone will feature a fitness centre, steam room, indoor pool and hot tub – amongst other facilities.
Ontario’s Gambling Laws
In 2023, Ontario incorporated a body of gambling laws that is specific to the province. Now, all casinos and online providers require registration, authorization and adherence to the AGCO (Alcohol and Gambling Commission of Ontario)
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