Caesars Windsor Casino temporarily closed

The latest news coming from Ontario is that the state will move from its Roadmap to Reopen plan to a revised version of Stage 2. This means casinos and restaurants will have more restrictions. In light of the news, Caesars Windsor Casino announced it would temporarily suspend its operations.

This isn’t the first time game hotspots have had to close for sponsors since the unprecedented start of nearly two years ago. It first closed in March 2020, and was able to reopen in July 2021 as Ontario entered Phase 3 of its reopening plan.

After the announcement of new restrictions on casinos and restaurants, Caesars Windsor Casino announced it would temporarily cease operations at 12:01 a.m. on Wednesday, January 5, 2022. The gaming facility is then expected to resume operations on Wednesday, January 26, 2022. During that time, all events such as concerts, marketing programs, and meal reservations will be canceled.

Casino President Kevin Laforet addressed the issue, saying the health and safety of company employees and guests is a top priority. He is now looking forward to welcoming his staff and guests at a safe time to reopen. All guests at the hotel will also have to leave by 12 p.m. on Tuesday, January 4, and gamin floors will also be closed until midnight.

Due to the temporary closure, Live Tour Rock, which was scheduled to be held on January 20, 2022, will be rescheduled for this summer, and Alice Cooper’s concert on January 27, 2022 will also be canceled. The casino will provide a live tour later and more information on the upcoming Coliseum show in February.

In addition, the property will inform you that all customers who purchase a live performance ticket can hold a ticket for the new date or request a refund. The ticket must be returned to the original time of purchase in order for the customer to successfully refund the ticket. In addition, canceled performance tickets will be automatically refunded through Ticketmaster or at the time of sale.

In October, the area received a C$1,752,526 allocation because Windsor receives a quarterly payment from the Ontario Lottery and Game Company for hosting the event when the operating Caesars Windsor Casino has a major impact on the local economy. Since its opening in 1994, the casino has contributed more than C$99 million in non-tax gaming revenue to the municipality.

Back in 2019, the Windsor Casino and Hotel Accommodation celebrated the 25th anniversary of its premium operation. According to Mr. LaFore, the place was an important element of the region and helped develop the local economy and the gaming industry. After years of operation, the resort has been a hotspot for many Canadian and American guests thanks to its convenient location and exceptional difficulty

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