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Emperors Palace launches Africa’s first Stadium Gaming arena

mperors Palace launched its Supanova Stadium Gaming arena, a first for the gaming

industry across Africa and the Indian Ocean Islands, that boasts an electronic gaming setup of 30 new Diamond series G5 interactive machines offering 24/7 electronic table games. Using an Interblock system, the Supanova Stadium Gaming arena offers players a choice of four games that can run simultaneously or independently including Automatic Roulette, Live Roulette, Multi-hand Blackjack (also a first in Africa as no other establishment offers this version of the game, allowing users to play up to three hands of Blackjack at once), and Virtual Baccarat/Punto Banco. “Stadium Gaming offers a faster

game for regular players, as they don’t have to cash out and change seats when they change games,”

says Bethuel Ledwaba of Emperors Palace. “It’s also a great way for novice players to learn the popular table games, as they can experience the fun and excitement of live table games without feeling overwhelmed. Supanova Stadium Gaming is yet another way that Emperors Palace offers its players the most exciting and exhilarating gaming experiences.” Supernova Stadium Gaming’s

Auto Roulette offers a fully automatic game allowing players up to 80 games per hour. A dealer-assisted Roulette game is also available for those who prefer

7de Laan star, Nobuhle Mimi Mahlasela celebrates a win while playing Live Roulette during the launch of Emperors Palace’s new Supanova Gaming Stadium arena. Mahlasela was among the special guests invited to the launch to showcase the new stadium which features 30 new Diamond series G5 interactive machines which can be played 24/7

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the excitement of live roulette and privacy of their own game and table layout. Stadium Gaming also brings new life to Baccarat, or Punto Banco, one of the oldest and most popular casino games worldwide. It includes an eight-deck game with regular shuffling, while Super 6 side bets are optional. Lastly, Blackjack lovers can go head-to-head with the digital dealer on Multi-hand Blackjack. Andrew Stewart from Atomic Gaming says, “Atomic Gaming is proud to be the supplier of choice to Peermont, making Emperors Palace the very first casino in Africa to offer the Stadium Gaming concept to its players. Atomic Gaming is the largest independent supplier of gaming equipment in Africa and the proud supplier of Interblock Electronic Table Games to the African market.”


Gauteng Gambling Board COO passes away


Lalumbe, a respected

and liked member of the African gaming fratenity has passed away. Edward, who held the position of

Chief Operations Officer of the Gauteng Gambling Board, and his wife Sundrie tragically lost their lives in a traffic accident on 16th June. “Mr Lalumbe had been a valued

Executive Member of our team since the inception of the Gauteng Gambling Board in the new democratic dispensation, and will be dearly missed. Please keep the Lalumbe family in your thoughts and prayers as they go through this difficult time,” said Steven Ngubeni, CEO of the Gauteng Gambling Board in making the tragic announcement.

Among the special guests that attended the launch and had the opportunity to play these exciting new games were actors Andre Lotter, Theo Jantjies, the latter’s fiancé, Tammy van der Merwe and television presenter, Clive Maistry (back left). Pictured here with them in the arena is the Palace of Dreams Table Manager, David Masilela (back right). (Photographs by Yolanda van der Stoep)

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