Table games set to start up in Pennsylvania Casinos
February 1, 2010, 11:11 am (7 years ago)
In the last few weeks, Pennsylvania legislators have issued a bill that authorizes table games in the young and affluent casinos across the state. With the arrival of new games, there will be a need of hiring dealers.
To have the table games running as fast as possible, the Mohegan Sun is providing to start training dealers by the middle of February. The faster the positions are filled, the faster the tables in place and set to be used by visitors and residents of Pennsylvania.
Sands Casino is positive about the setting up of table games as well. As said by Sands, table games are able to be set previous to the summer hits. Max of 100 tables are anticipated in this casino, with games such as blackjack and roulette.
Each casino in the state are required to hire a lot of new workers so as to fill out the tables. It means more job opportunities and this was one big reason why legislators had authorized table games.