Washington, District of Columbia 2021-01-05 17:58:20 –
Rosie’s Gaming Emporium will be the first slot machine-type gambling parlor in northern Virginia when it opens on Friday as the state expands legal gambling in the federal state. The town of Dunfreeze is also betting that Rosie’s will bring in hundreds of thousands of new tax revenues.
Rick Casagrande is the general manager of the new Rosie’s Gaming Emporium, which opens this Friday.
“We know that northern Virginia will accept this Rosie, just as it did in other parts of the state,” said Casa Grande.
How successful have you been? In November of this year, other Rosie locations brought in a $ 170 million stake and paid about $ 155 million. A machine is a penny game that you play like a traditional slot machine.
“Every time I actually make a bet here, I’m actually betting on three historic horse races. There’s a library of about 90,000 horse races that determine the outcome of a spin,” said Natemize.
The penny jackpot starts at $ 100,000. But not everyone in town sees the dollar sign.
Several town councilors opposed Rosie, saying he didn’t want to bring another vice to the community, just within walking distance of low-income areas.
It’s open anyway on Friday, with temperature checks, hand sanitizer stations, and a plexiglass barrier between games along the way. I need a face mask.
“We’re ready and the four existing Rosie locations in the state are working very well, providing an incredibly safe and enjoyable entertainment experience,” said Casa Grande. ..
Virginia’s COVID limit limits Rosie’s capacity to 30%. In other words, it can accommodate about 120 people at a time.
The general manager estimates that when operating in capacity, Rosie’s will donate about $ 55,000 in taxes each month to the town of Dumfries.
Virginia is one of the few states that didn’t allow full-fledged casinos until recently. In November of this year, Virginia voters favored future casinos in four cities, but not in northern Virginia.
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