Aspers casinos are a vibrant community hub that local people can take genuine pride in and enjoy. A leisure destination with universal appeal and a stylish and contemporary alternative to glitzy American-style casinos.
Each Aspers casino is unique – an inspiring and exciting leisure and entertainment destination.
Based around the theme ‘A World of Entertainment’, Aspers goes beyond just gaming. Alongside the casino there are many more exciting and impressive facilities on offer including bars and restaurants and live entertainment as well as a variety of gaming options.
Aspers understands the importance of supporting local social and economic needs. Aspers philosophy is that there should be something for everyone, inclusive areas and all-round entertainment in a stylish environment.
Aspers Group is delighted to have won the top award of ‘Socially Responsible Operator of the Year, Land Based’ at the prestigious International Gaming Awards, awarded at a gala dinner hosted in London this week.
Beating off stiff competition from many major International casino operators, the judges recognised that Aspers Group has gone the extra mile in implementing procedures and safeguards for consumers.
Richard Noble, COO of Aspers comments; “I am delighted that Aspers’ commitment to socially responsible gaming has been recognised at the International Gaming Awards. We have long championed the promotion of responsible gambling in the UK through our unique and now well established Community Action for Responsible Gaming (CARG).
Aspers is a joint venture between the Aspinall Family and Crown Limited Australia, two of the world’s most distinguished entertainment and leisure groups. Together, we aim to build on our individual success in the industry to become market leaders in the UK.
Aspers is the nickname of John Aspinall, the legendary conservationist, animal park owner and founder of Aspinalls Club in Mayfair, London. Indeed, John Aspinall held the UK’s first gaming licence. His son Damian is one of the principal partners behind the development of Aspers.