Sydney's Star Casino offers $250 Million for exclusive license

The company that operates Sydney’s Star Casino has offered the New South Wales Government to pay $250 Million if it provides a special casino license till 2034.

Echo Entertainment had revealed its plans for a $1 billion overhaul in rivalry to James Packer’s offer for a $1.9 billion resort at Barangaroo. Echo has put up extra surprise option that permits Mr. Packer to operate a VIP-only gaming venue and comprised a Star Casino overhaul – but drops a $250 million exclusiveness payment.

Echo chairman John O’Neil says that his company would choose to be the single license in town. But in the event that the Government found that the hotel in Barangaroo had to go forward and that the gaming facility was limited in the very resolution sense to VIP only.

Crown has filed an offer to formulate the Crown Sydney Hotel Resort at Barangaroo under the State Government’s voluntary proposal process.

The current agreement of Echo restricts the state to one casino license till 2019. The New South Wales Government is retrieving both plans.