Olympic Casino opened its greatest casino in the Ukraine
Posted on 11.04.2006Olympic Entertainment Group (Olympic Casino) – the leading casino operator in the Baltic states expanded its scope in the Ukraine at the beginning of April, opening its sixth and the largest yet casino in the country's rapidly developing capital.
The casino Global, located in the Trojeshina area in Kiev, is the second Olympic Casino to be opened this year in the Ukraine and the investment amounted to 19 million kroons. The gambling site decorated in the tropical style spans the area of 428 sq. m. and features 66 modern slot machines and a spacious bar area. In addition there is a separate stage area in the newly opened Olympic Casino, enabling the casino to differentiate from other local casino operators by providing live entertainment.
As the marketing manager of Olympic Entertainment Group Marje Braunbrück noted, the newly opened casino is distinguished by the Cash Fever system utilised there. “Cash Fever is an additional winning opportunity, meaning a bonus independent of the game, provided by playing certain machines, which increases the chances of winning for the players,” she explained. Olympic Casino was the first to implement the Cash Fever system in the Ukraine.
By now there are six Olympic Casinos operating in the Ukraine, the first casino was opened in November 2004. During this period the company has invested more than 100 million Estonian kroons in order to enter the Ukrainian market; they hope to increase the number of casinos to ten by the end of this year.
Olympic Entertainment Group is the largest organiser of gambling games in the Baltic states, owning at present 18 casinos in Estonia, 40 in Latvia, 8 in Lithuania and 6 in the Ukraine. Olympic Casino employs nearly 2,000 people in the Baltic states and the Ukraine. The company’s job management complies with the requirements of the international quality management standard ISO 9001. Olympic Casino is a sponsor of the Estonian Olympic Committee (EOC) and a full member of the European Casino Association (ECA).