The $1.6 billion resort has 10 restaurants and three hotels with 1,275 guest rooms combined. It debuted on November 30. The resort also has a multipurpose stadium that can accommodate 15,000 people, conference spaces, a grand ballroom, and a 500-foot promenade that is lined with LED lights and displays for an “immersive entertainment street”.
The Mohegan Tribe’s Connecticut-based commercial gaming branch, Mohegan, sees its investment in South Korea as an opportunity to lure high rollers from all around Asia to their casino reserved for foreigners. But before it could open, the casino at Inspire had to wait for the National Gambling Control Commission of South Korea to provide final regulatory approval.
The casino will open on Saturday, February 3, at 8:08 a.m. local time, which is seen as auspicious in many Asian cultures, according to Mohegan Inspire President Chen Si.
Customers from many walks of life will be able to enjoy a vibrant gaming experience at the casino, which is about 200,000 square feet spread over two levels. There will be 50 different games and 374 slots on the Level 2 main casino. There will also be an electronic table game stadium with 160 seats and a 78-foot LED display. There will also be live dealer table games available, with 150 baccarat-focused tables across 13 titles.
Additionally, Inspire will have a VIP Casino on Level 3 that provides patrons seeking a more refined setting with a private gaming experience in rooms.
Original story by: Casino.org
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