Novomatic back in business in several European markets. After the coronavirus pandemic prompted a ground-based closure in March, Novomatic Group has reopened many European land-based sites under strict health and safety controls.
Operations have resumed at many of the group’s arcades and casinos in Germany, Italy , Spain and other Balkan regions, following the relaxation of lockdown restrictions on its markets in recent weeks.
The health and safety measures include providing guests with personal protective equipment, rigorous gaming equipment disinfection protocols, social distancing and limited interaction, and plexiglass panels at desk positions.
Preparations to provide safeguarding for guests and staff, and a safe gaming environment, are also implemented at the group’s B2C operator Luxury Leisure Talarius Admiral arcades in the UK, for when they reopen.
“Safeguarding our guests and employees within our gaming operations is the number one priority in the organisation right now. Whereas our international brands and the reopening schedules in countries may differ, one thing remains the same for all of them: We will ensure our customers not only are safe but also feel safe and welcome,” Ryszard Presch, board member of Novomatic, said.