Affinity Interactive’s Nevada-based gaming property, Buffalo Bill’s Resort & Casino, has once again swung open its doors following a multimillion-dollar renovation project.
Among the additions are redesigned hotel rooms, refreshed casino floor, Tree Bar featuring 85″ TVs, and additional slot machines that vow to deliver “the latest game themes and progressives” in a bid to offer guests “an upgraded and enhanced experience”.
The reopened resort and casino also includes a refreshed lineup of restaurants that aim offer a variety of dining options, headlined by the BB Chophouse that showcases a live-action kitchen in the centre of the room.
Buffalo Bill’s Star of the Desert Arena has also undergone renovations, including the addition of a half-million-dollar video wall that aims to provide attendees with “an immersive concert experience” ahead of a 2023 line-up that will include multiple monthly concerts.
Buffalo Bill’s Resort & Casino fall under the Primm Valley Casino Resorts family of facilities, with fellow entities Primm Valley and Whiskey Pete’s Casino Hotels having remained open through this development.
“We’ve been eagerly anticipating the reopening of Buffalo Bill’s for quite some time,” said Jerry West, Vice President and General Manager of Primm Valley Casino Resorts.
“We’re excited to show guests the many upgrades we’ve made, and we are confident they will undoubtedly walk away with a new impression of this property.”
Affinity Interactive is an omni-channel gaming firm that boasts a suite of casino and online gaming offerings, this combines regional casinos in Nevada, Missouri and Iowa with technology, digital and media platforms, as well as an online betting presence.