Fiji welcomes first gambling parlor
Fiji tourists will soon be able to gamble in the South Pacific country as its government has authorized One Hundred Sands' casino application. The American company can now start the development of a casino resort on the island nation in Melanesia.
First casino license
After an extensive process, Hundred Sands Limited won the tender and received the first casino license. The selection procedure was jointly executed by the Tourism Ministry, Public Enterprise, the AG's Office and the Prime Minister's Office.
500 slot machines
Hundred Sands Limited plans to develop a gambling resort that features 190 rooms and suites, in addition to a trio of restaurants. The casino will offer 500 one-armed bandits and 54 table games
. Additionally, the casino complex will feature convention facilities.
750 new jobs
The development of the casino resort will initially result in approximately 100 new jobs. There will be another 650 more jobs once the gambling parlor is open for business. Hundred Sands Limited has chosen the Denarau Island as the location for the new casino resort