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Business picks up at Missouri’s 13 casinos since reopening in June

Missouri is a state which stands out with its geography. Mississippi and Missouri rivers define the eastern and the border of the state. Missouri’s casino scene is entirely based on rivers. Their favorite games at 13 riverboats along these two waterways. Double down, Zunga, Slotomania, and big fish are operating through Facebook.

As for now, Missouri’s 13 casinos are getting in a better place financially. Due to the Covid-19, they were closed from March to May. So Missouri has welcomed the customers back and they are safe for slots, players, and workers. There is no buffet but meals are still being offered. Chef Victor says that customers are getting more and more comfortable with dining at the casino.

Regeneration for Casinos was quite challenging because people were not comfortable sitting in restaurants. Employees have been trained well on how to stay sanitized in the kitchen and so far now, everyone is safe.

If there will be an issue, the gaming commission will make sure that anyone who will breach the regulation will be arrested.

Gambling during pandemic

People need to escape so they need some entertainment. Like many states, Missouri does not codify whether online gambling is permitted. As it exists in a sort of grey area. Some people are still using online casino webpages to stay at home without any interaction with the outer world. For those who still prefer gambling on websites, there are real money online casinos whose customers are mostly satisfied.

Chips, dice, cards, and slot machines are the things that are touched by hundreds of people in a day at casinos. Casinos are putting safety protocols in place to reduce the risk of spreading coronavirus.

Dealers place cards face up, so players will not touch them. Everything will be regularly sanitized. Happily, people are more encouraged to wash hands to take care of the environment. Chairs of the gaming floors are removed.

Every dealer in the casino is required to wear a mask and if a guest doesn’t use a mask then they need to offer one.

State casino operator history

Missouri’s first movement into gambling was in 1980. It was allowed to make Bingo halls in the state. In 1986 voters won with 70% approval to adopt the state lottery. The first gaming law was approved to allow riverboat gambling.

The lawmakers in the state had no need to interact with this sort of fuss. Some residents are very dissatisfied because of that. Nevertheless, this state still enjoys gambling services in the largest city in there.

Casino regulations are not strict when it comes to games so gamblers find electronic slots easily.

In 2019, during the legislative hearing about illegal gambling, the Missouri lottery and slot machines were accused of hurting public education in the show-me state.

Missouri gambling age

The legal Missouri gambling age for entering casinos is 21 across the state. Sports Betting is illegal. The main issue is that the state senate can not yet agree with that. There are no casinos in Missouri that accept 18 years olds, the possible age limit is high because it should discourage younger people from gambling.