One of the best casinos in Goa, Deltin Royale is a beautiful ship proudly floating on the placid Mandovi River. Deltin Royale not only takes care of its guests' gaming appetite but they also are equally specialized in spoiling their guests with a delightful spread of gourmet.
Why floating casinos? Half of the legal casinos in Goa are operated as floating offshore casinos. These so-called casino ships emerged after the restrictive law was passed, which contained a number of loopholes. Under this law it was forbidden to build casinos and gambling halls on mainland India, but there was no clear statement about the water.
Casinos in Goa can be found on boats anchored in the Mandovi River, and onshore in some upmarket hotels. Most of the action, with live tables, takes place on the floating casinos -- which are entertainment destinations within themselves. By law, onshore casinos can only have electronic games.
In one of the shocking incident at least 40 employees of a web known floating casino anchored in river Mandovi have tested positive for the COVID infection. The report has been supported by the Goa Youth Congress President Varad Mardolkar.
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The ban extends to the six floating casinos, as well as the land-based slot parlours in five-star hotels. Goa’s casinos reopened in September after a four-month ban as India battled a new outbreak of Covid. The casino industry is asking the government for a waiver of its annual fees due to the shutdowns.
Six floating casinos in the Indian state of Goa may have caught a break regarding their business licenses, but none have so far received clearance to restart operations after their long pandemic ...
The Indian state of Goa has been up in arms over its offshore casino industry for the last few years. The floating casinos of Goa bring in both gambling revenue and tourism revenue while creating hundreds of jobs in the state. However, political, religious and environmental concerns have put pressure on the state government to shut them down.