Blackpool could receive UK's first super-casino to boost

Super Fortunes Casino is powered by Nektan (Gibraltar) Limited a company registered in Gibraltar. Nektan is licensed and regulated by the Gambling Commission (Number 000-039107-R-319400-014) for customers in Great Britain and licensed by the Gibraltar Government and regulated by the Gibraltar Gambling Commission (RGL no.054) for all other customers While considered a large casino by UK standards with more than a hundred seats in the dedicated poker area, 140 slot machines, a 24-table live gaming zone, 80 electronic gaming terminals and hundreds of sports betting terminals - it is anything but a "Super Casino" by other world standards. Additional large casinos are possible in Great Yarmouth, Hull, Middlesbrough, and Southampton. Casinos A move to revive plans for a Las Vegas-style super casino in Blackpool has been signalled by the Northern Powerhouse minister. Jake Berry said a huge casino could help spark a "once in a Government to back super-casino Manchester is the preferred location for the super-casino . The government is backing the decision for Manchester to have the super-casino licence despite a Parliamentary motion calling for the move to be rethought. A total of 101 MPs have signed the motion asking the government to reconsider the independent advisory panel's recommendation. However, Culture The project was billed as a massive expansion of Britain's casino industry by the Blair government, but soon hit the buffers following a public backlash. What happened to the wave of super casinos? In the 1960s, the UK finally legalized casino operations and today, gaming establishments can be accessed by anyone over the age of 18. The main regulatory authority is the Gambling Commission, which oversees all forms of gambling (with the exception of spread betting) on behalf of the government's Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS). BLACKPOOL is in the money after being earmarked by Ministers for Britain’s first super-casino – The Sun can reveal. Initial talks have begun between the Government and local council bosses The UK government finally axed controversial plans for Britain's first Las Vegas-style supercasino on Tuesday as it gave the green light to build a new generation of 16 smaller casinos. Bob Wiper, chief executive of UK casino operator Stanley Leisure, said the scaling back of plans was a "fairly balanced decision". "What the government is saying is that they are listening to people's worries about the proliferation of 'super casinos'," he said. Plans for the largest, a super casino in Manchester, were dropped in 2007 following a public backlash. Licences were created for a further 16 casinos - eight large and eight small.

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