The Boulogne casino makes money… at Boulogne town hall! You may not know it, but in France, casinos must pay a royalty on the proceeds of their games to the cash desks of the city where they are located. Since its arrival in Boulogne, the Golden Palace group has already donated 758,442 euros to the town hall. By way of comparison, the Partouche group had paid almost 100,000 euros less. A satisfactory record, therefore, especially since the casino was closed for 2 months because of the covid.
With 75 slot machines, 3 table games, and 14 electronic roulette stations, the Golden Palace casino has found its audience. Between its opening and confinement, the games brought in 5,313,746 euros. This is more than what the managers expected. And it is a satisfaction for the mayor, Frédéric Cuvillier:
And if Frédéric Cuvillier is happy, it’s because when the casino wins money, the town hall also wins: