The government of Canary Islands, Spain, has announced that they would be having a second casino on the Fuerteventura Island.
In an official release, the Canary Islands government announced a new tender for the proposed casino. The gambling operators, including international limited companies, are welcome to place the tender. The companies placing bis should have a minimum share capital of 3 million Euros. The submission window for the tenders will be open for 30 days.
The selected operator will be granted the construction license for the casino. This would be the second casino on the Island. The Grand Casino Antigua on Fuerteventura Island was open for the public in 2013.
The proposed casino will also feature bars and restaurants along with amenities like conference hall, cinema, theatre and swimming pool and more. A four-star hotel is also a part of the plan.
According to the tender notice, the additional facilities should be “located in the same building or architectural complex” but “may belong to or be operated by persons or companies other than the owner.”
According to the initial plan, three casinos were to be developed on the Island. However, with slow completion of the Grand Casino Antigua, the project has dropped down to developing two casinos, as of now.