All-Star Lanes & Casino in Silverdale Now Belongs to Maverick Gaming
Maverick Gaming, the casino operator represented in Washington, Nevada, and Colorado, has completed the acquisition of All-Star Lanes & Casino located in Silverdale, Washington. This entertainment center offers poker, table games, an arcade, 40 bowling lanes, and dining options.
CEO and majority owner of Maverick Gaming Eric Persson noted that the operator was proud of its ongoing investment in local communities and jobs across their state. He added that they all looked forward to building partnerships with the community of Silverdale. The company plans to support family wage jobs and invest in a great local entertainment center.
Maverick Gaming will own and run 23 local card rooms in the state after the acquisition. In general, it currently operates 27 properties across Nevada, Washington, and Colorado with a total of 350 table games, 1800 slot machines, 30 restaurants, and 1020 hotel rooms. Meanwhile, All-Star is a famous company in Kitsap County. It was founded in 1985. Nowadays, its staff consists of over 150 employees.
In May Maverick introduced a specific offering for poker players. It provides customers with a rakeback of 70% when they sign up and make the first deposit. Also players have an opportunity to enter a developing poker community and show their bluffing skills in competition with other users.
Maverick allows customers to make deposits, withdraw funds and play using digital currencies. Its cryptocurrency-gambling environment is regulated by the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission.
Dan Kent, Director of Poker at Maverick Games. said that they wanted to provide players with a safe and secure place to play online poker and with a brand that was trustworthy and transparent. He added that he couldn’t wait to see the first run of players take advantage of their 70% rakeback offer and sit down at the table for a thrilling poker action.
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