Monte-Carlo-based casino operator Société des Bains de Mer, which runs four casinos in Monaco, including the iconic Casino de Monte-Carlo, has joined the European Casino Association.
The group is a key cornerstone in the state’s long-standing successful economic, social and cultural development of the principality and employs up to 4000 people.
The ECA and Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer share a commitment to promoting a thriving, regulated and responsible casino industry in Europe. The ECA now includes 27 members from across Europe that together operate over 900 casinos and employ over 70,000 people.
ECA chairman Per Jaldung commented: “We are proud to welcome the Casinos of Monte Carlo Société des Bains de Mer as our newest member of the ECA. Our aim is to demonstrate the positive impact that only the regulated casino industry offers to societies and economies. The membership of Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer represents another very important step to make our voice even more clearly heard and be strong advocates for the interests of our industry.”
Pascal Camia, Executive Vice President of the Gaming Activity of Monte-Carlo – Société des Bains de Mer commented: “The work of the ECA has been exemplary and important for the entire regulated gaming industry, which is why we have now decided to join. We look forward to working on the key topics for the future of the industry together with our colleagues from across Europe”.
Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer was accepted as newest member of the European Casino Association (ECA) at the General Assembly in June 2017. It took place during the ECA summer meeting with members and partners at the stunning newly-opened Resort & Casino Maestral in the Budva region of Montenegro