The German casino operator, the Gauselmann Group, has won a 15-year concession to run as many as ten casino locations in the German State of Lower Saxony. This family-owned company is set to launch its operations on September 1st, 2024, after securing the tender for the casino concession.
Paul Gauselmann, the company’s founder and Chairman of the Management Board, expressed his excitement about receiving the casino concession in Lower Saxony. He stated, “Being able to clock up this additional significant milestone in our company’s history, just two years after taking over the North Rhine-Westphalia casinos, makes me and all the employees involved very proud.”
The Gauselmann Group’s success in the casino industry has been attributed to its focus on quality, economic viability, and financial stability in its operations. This has led to the company’s expansion to now operate 15 casino locations in three German states.
David Schnabel, Managing Director of all Merkur Spielbanken, emphasized the company’s ability to realign gaming and service offerings while creating new jobs and increasing the attractiveness of the casinos. He expressed confidence in setting new standards in Lower Saxony and continuing the company’s success story with the new casino locations.
The Gauselmann Group has emphasized its commitment to ensuring regulated gaming operations and a safe gambling environment for its customers. This commitment has been recognized by accreditation bodies such as the Global Gambling Guidance Group (G4) and the European Casino Association (ECA), which have certified the group’s subsidiary, Merkur Spiellbanken, for responsible gaming operations.
Merkur Spielbanken will begin operating the Lower Saxony casino locations on September 1st, 2024, boasting a first-class gaming and entertainment offering and a highly qualified staff ready to address the challenge. The company has continually optimized its casino concept and aligned it with the needs and desires of its guests, promising a successful future in Lower Saxony.