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The new casino will be located at the expansive Two Rivers Mall and is expected to create more jobs into the Kenyan economy/COURTESY

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Millionaires Casino returns to Kenya after a 5-year hiatus

The new casino will be located at the expansive Two Rivers Mall and is expected to create more jobs into the Kenyan economy/COURTESY

NAIROBI, Kenya – South Africa based gaming firm Millionaires Casino is set to make a comeback to Kenya this August, following its closure 5 years ago.

The company’s Country Manager Atilla Torok said the new casino will be located at the expansive Two Rivers Mall and is expected to create more jobs into the Kenyan economy.

The Casino was previously located at the Westgate Mall in Westlands but closed following the September 2013 terror attack.

“The Casino returns to quench a thirst that has lasted for five years and specifically for players who want to have a Las Vegas kind of gaming experience, right within East Africa’s largest city, Nairobi,” Torok said.

Torok added that the company’s mission in Kenya is to offer a “Millionaire’s Experience” and make it the biggest casino in East and Central Africa.

“Millionaires Casino returns with class and sophistication to close a gap that has remained vacant,” Torok he added.

The Casino shall also be partnering with Capital Limited Group to undertake its promotional activities.

Millionaires Casino Nairobi is part of the internationally recognized Millionaires Gaming Africa Group operating casinos worldwide.

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