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A new guide to the world of casinos

The land-based casino scene in Malta is evolving dramatically, as well as the online gaming industry.

Since February, Malta's casino scene made the headlines with the grand opening of the new Olympic Group Casino Malta, for which Prime Minister Joseph Muscat was present. 

Four casinos are now operating in the country, three in St Julian’s and one in St Paul's Bay, making Malta one of the top destinations for leisure and gambling in Europe.

A new start-up, CasinosAvenue.com aims to establish itself as the new guide to the world of casinos, helping you to locate, discover and evaluate casinos that have emerged across the world.

The site features a database of worldwide casinos with details about the available offers, resort guides and detailed customer reviews.

As the site suggests, by using the facility 'All the casinos near me and their best offers', you can use geo-location tools to find the nearest venues to your current location.

For the time being, the new start-up counts more than 150 partner casinos, including the Dragonara Casino of Malta, which reopened after a €10 million upgrade.

The venue also features a brasserie and bar offering breathtaking views of St Julian’s Bay.

With over 350,000 yearly visits, it is one of the top tourist attractions of the area.

More establishments will follow, making CasinosAvenue the leading guide to the world of casinos.

This article is sponsored by CasinosAvenue

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