The Casino de Monte-Carlo has nabbed two major gaming industry awards, showing the establishment’s continued standards of excellence and a commitment to being a benchmark for luxury gaming.
The Casino de Monte-Carlo has started off 2022 right. The 156-year-old Casino, long a reference point and inspiration to the gaming industry, has walked away with two big prizes. The first was the Best Casino Operator given at the International Gaming Awards, and the second the Best Overall Casino from the 2022 Casino Awards in London.
The Casino de Monte-Carlo was up against some of the biggest gaming operators in the world, and the awards are credited to the casino team members who managed to retain the magic despite working under difficult circumstances brought on by the global pandemic.
Jean-Luc Biamonti, Deputy Chairman of Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer (SBM), said of the prizes, “We are very honoured to receive the ‘Best Casino Operator’ and ‘Best Overall Casino’ awards for the Casino de Monte-Carlo.
“I am delighted to see the concrete results of our efforts to maintain an impeccable quality of work and service during an uncertain period. Thanks to the motivation and seriousness of all the staff in the gaming sector over the past three years, we are now rewarded. It is with gratitude that I would like to share this award with all the employees of all of our casinos.”
The efforts he speaks of are a “roadmap” he created outlining the strategic vision of the Casino. This includes the 2020 addition of 1889, an ultra-private lounge for serious slot machine high-rollers, the advent of the My Monte-Carlo loyalty programme, a roster of exceptional events, customer commitment and excellence through personalised stays for guests.
The sentiment was followed up by SBM’s Director of Operations Pascal Camia, who declared during the awards ceremony in London, “On behalf of all the employees of the Monaco casinos, I am proud to receive these prizes.
“They illustrate our tireless work, our commitment to exclusive service to our customers and also the professionalism of our teams. Thanks to the implementation of our masterplan and under the impetus of Mr. Biamonti, these awards are the recognition, by our customers and by the profession, of the successful strategy of the grand luxury of gambling at the Casino de Monte-Carlo.”
The International Gaming Awards span 32 categories in the digital and physical gaming industry. They are backed by renowned gaming industry insiders as well as customers of all levels around the world. The iGaming Post, the online journal of these awards, has a clear and transparent vision in giving its more than 1,000 daily readers an equal voice, from those who play online poker on their smartphones to those who run luxurious casinos in all parts of the world.
The Casino Awards, formerly known as the British Casino Awards, consist of 20 categories in both digital and physical industries and are the next step in the evolution of the renowned gaming industry awards platform, which expands its scope to manufacturers and operators across the continent.
Photo source: Monte-Carlo SBM