Maverick Gaming, the US fastest growing and increasingly influential regional casino operator, announced that the company has acquired the entertainment center All-Star Lanes & Casino (All-Star) located in Silverdale, Washington. The latest acquisition will bring the Washington-based operator the benefits generated by the extensive All-Star portfolio featuring table games, poker, diner, as well as 40 bowling lanes, drive-thru espresso, full-service dining facilities and a range of additional amenities.

Major Entertainment Venue:

The entertainment venue All-Star was founded in 1985 to keep growing ever since. The center currently employs more than 150 people to represent a major employer in Kitsap County. The latest acquisition includes the unique brand in the scope of operations run by Maverick Gaming and is added to a significant number of brands and properties operated by the ambitious operator based in Kirkland, Washington.

Indeed, Maverick Gaming has acquired an array of unique properties in Nevada, Colorado, and Washington. According to the company, the latest integration is another confirmation of the Maverick’s concern about the well being of local communities and the operator’s mission to be a reliable community partner embodied in the company’s vertical Maverick Cares.

Committed to Community:

Eric Persson, Chief Executive Officer and majority owner of Maverick Gaming, said: “Maverick Gaming is proud of its ongoing investment in local communities and jobs across our state. We all look forward to building partnerships with the community of Silverdale, supporting family wage jobs and investing in a great local entertainment center.”

Maverick Gaming is a fast growing casino company employing over 3,000 people in 31 properties across Nevada, Colorado, and Washington. Its dedicated team members run the business machinery consisting of more than 1,800 slot machines and 350 table games, as well as more than 1,000 accommodation units and 30 restaurants. The company also boasts of its Washington-located Teamster Local taking care of 117 workers and providing family-wage jobs to support local communities.

Self-Exclusion Program:

The operator also boasts of its all-star management team – lead by industry pioneers Eric Persson and Justin Beltram – consisting of some major gaming brands from all over the world. It comes naturally that the all-star team will use the latest acquisition of All-Star to integrate the Silverdale entertainment center in the Maverick Gaming’s policies and procedures. Therefore the Maverick Gaming’s programs aimed to rigorously deal with problem gambling will include All-Star to implement the self-exclusion program exercised by the operator.

Extensive Card Room Portfolio:

These operator’s self-exclusion policies have reportedly been among the first ones practiced in the state of Washington. The Silverdale property is expected to join the program to account for the 23rd card room owned or operated by Maverick Gaming in the Washington State.