Some good news for the Atlanta City gambling sector. Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, an MGM Resorts International luxury resort and casino, is set to the open The Poker Room. It has been closed during the pandemic.
Thirty socially-distanced tables will be available in accordance with following a comprehensive health and safety protocol, put in place to protect customers and employees alike.
Melonie Johnson, President & Chief Operating Officer of Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, is happy to welcome back loyal players. After all, it is the leading East Coast poker destination.
“We have made some changes to enhance our guest’s experience and are
excited to reintroduce live poker and the Borgata Poker brand more safely.”
Many guidelines dictate the new restrictions such as seven-handed tables with polycarbonate barriers. Hand sanitizer will be ample throughout The Poker Room. Masks are mandatory here and all public areas. It is worth compliance for a $100,000 prize.
Months ago, the Borgata implemented a seven-point safety plan dictated by MGM Resorts. Medical and scientific experts had created the extensive plan. Temperature checks will be obvious at entrance points.
Masks and physical distancing along with polycarbonate barriers will reduce risks. Patrons will see convenient handwashing stations. Enhanced guestrooms cleaning protocols are required. Disinfectant will be rampant!
Violations will be noted by MGM’s internal team.