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Casino Niagara adding $7M 'just plain more fun'

Big changes are coming to Casino Niagara. Niagara Casinos President Richard Taylor says a $7 million renovation is underway that will deliver what he calls an elevated gaming and entertainment experience for visitors.

“We are tremendously proud of Casino Niagara’s 20-year legacy in Niagara Falls and our continued promise to be a premier gaming destination,” said Richard Taylor, President, Niagara Casinos. “This investment demonstrates a commitment to always giving our visitors access to the best in entertainment, dining and gaming.”

Taylor says the project will transform the casino's second level and include $3.5 million in new infrastructure and redesign, with another $3.5 million in new technology and gaming.

Once complete in the fall, the Casino says it will boast Niagara's largest sports bar experience, with seating for 275, a 123" HD video screen and a new menu.

New gaming will include 250 slots and a new interactive gaming zone. Also opening in the fall will be a new luxurious poker room, with more than 20 gaming tables.

The casino's second level is closed until renovations are complete.

The Ontario government opened Casino Niagara at 5705 Falls Avenue in 1996 in the heart of the Niagara Falls, ON tourism district. It operates 10 minutes down Niagara Parkway from Fallsview Casino Resort and across the border from Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino in Niagara Falls, NY.

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