|By PR Newswire||
|August 5, 2014 04:39 PM EDT||
HANOVER, Md., Aug. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Maryland Live! Casino is giving customers a chance to hit the jackpot for a cool Million Dollar payout with the new $1 MILLION DOUBLE GOLD SLOT MACHINE, the first of its kind in Maryland and the entire Northeast region. Starting Saturday, August 9 at 11:00pm, slot players can try their luck on the new slot machine with a max bet of $500.
"We're very excited to be the first casino in the Northeast region to offer the $1 Million Double Gold slot machine and give our customers the chance to hit the jackpot for a million dollars," said Rob Norton, President and General Manager, Maryland Live! Casino. "Our objective has always been to offer our customers the latest and best mix of games available in the industry with more ways to play, more chances to win, and the fastest, friendliest service."
One of the largest commercial casinos in the country, Maryland Live! continues to lead the market in new and innovative gaming options, introducing more than 200 new slot machine game titles to the casino floor over the past year, including the region's first $500 Double Diamond Deluxe game, which gives players a chance to hit a half million dollar jackpot; and the 98% payout version of the popular Blazing 7s game, available for the first time in Maryland.
Another exciting addition is the new Sphinx 3D slot machine, which uses 3D technology to enhance the user experience. Sphinx 3D will be available for the first time in Maryland in mid-August.
Maryland Live!, which just passed the $10 billion payout mark, currently offers more than 4,200 state-of-the-art slot machines. Available denominations include 1¢, 2¢, 5¢, 25¢, 50¢, $1 and $2; and a High Limit Slots Room that offers $5, $10, $25, $100 and $500 denominations. The property has been recognized as one of the nation's Top 15 Casinos for Slots by Strictly Slots Magazine, a leading gaming publication dedicated exclusively to slots players.
"We have a very loyal customer base because they know they can come to Maryland Live! and find the game they want to play," continues Mr. Norton. "With over 4,200 slots, we have the most slots available anywhere in the region and the ability to offer a diverse mix and larger quantity of titles compared to other facilities."
Maryland Live! also offers 189 table games, including Poker; a variety of dining options; and Rams Head Center Stage, featuring live entertainment.
About Maryland Live! Casino
Maryland Live! Casino is conveniently located at the Arundel Mills Mall, halfway between Baltimore and Washington, directly off the Baltimore-Washington Parkway at Arundel Mills Blvd. and Route 100 in Hanover, MD (Anne Arundel County), with easy access off I-95 at Route 100. Open 24/7, the $500+ million Maryland Live! Casino is one of the largest commercial casinos in the country with 189 live action table games, including Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Mini-Baccarat, Fortune Pai Gow Poker Progressive, and a Poker Room; more than 4,200 of the latest slot machines; and two High Limit rooms. A variety of irresistible dining options include Bobby's Burger Palace, from celebrated chef Bobby Flay; The Cheesecake Factory®; Phillips® Seafood; the Zagat-rated #1 steakhouse The Prime Rib®; the multi-station Live! Buffet; Noodles Ramen Bar; and the new Luk Fu, featuring authentic South East Asian cuisine. A sizzling nightlife, including live entertainment at Rams Head Center Stage and the unique, interactive R Bar, completes the world-class gaming and entertainment experience. Other first-class amenities include the Shop Live! retail store; a bus lounge, and a secure covered 5,000-space parking garage with valet service, free self-parking and direct elevator access to the casino floor. Maryland Live! Casino is owned and operated by The Cordish Companies.
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The Cordish Companies, now in its fourth generation of family ownership, is an international conglomerate of businesses, including one of the leading gaming, entertainment and real estate development companies in the United States. The company has diverse development expertise with divisions focused on Gaming & Lodging, Entertainment & Mixed-Use, Sports Anchored Districts, Shopping & Lifestyle Retail, Office and Residential. The Cordish Companies also owns and manages a diverse group of operating businesses, ranging from gaming, restaurants/clubs to live music promotion and film/media distribution. The company values itself on the quality of its operations, its long-term relationships, and high level of integrity in all of its endeavors.
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The Cordish Companies has received the highest possible national awards in its various area of expertise. In real estate, The Cordish Companies has received an unprecedented seven Urban Land Institute Awards of Excellence. www.cordish.com
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