The Star Casino always puts on a great Superbowl package with game day entertainment, all American food and drink offerings, cheerleaders, DJ’s and giveaways and of course all the action on their mega screens.

But this year they went a step further, enhancing the all American theme by producing custom-made fabric seat covers for their gaming chairs.

Designed and created by Daily Press the chair covers had an incredible visual impact.

The same idea could be used for any venue for events like Australia Day, Anzac Day, Melbourne Cup or even to promote a major promotion or a venue’s Rewards Club.

It’s one of the best promotional innovations we’ve seen for a while and a cost-effective way to add impact to any gaming floor.



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Betting on single sporting events like the Super Bowl is illegal in every American state except Nevada which is why over 311,000 people were expected to visit Las Vegas during Super Bowl weekend with ninety-one percent of the cities nearly 149,000 rooms were booked.

The Super Bowl is worth an estimated US$410.1 million to Las Vegas.

Just how much fans bet on the Super Bowl is tricky to calculate because so much of it is wagered illegally.

The American Gaming Association estimated that Americans would bet a grand total of US$4.76 billion during Super Bowl LII. That’s roughly equivalent to the GDP of Barbados.

But not everyone is happy. Las Vegas’ sports books took a big hit.

Caesars Palace sports book reported a seven-figure win on the Eagles’ 41-33 upset of New England and the Westgate sports book also reported a small win. But William Hill sports book reported a multimillion-dollar loss, CG Technology sports books reported a mid-six-figure loss and most other Las Vegas sports books including Wynn and MGM  also lost on Sunday’s game.

One mystery bettor is estimated to have won more than US$10 million.

When all the numbers are tallied, there’s a chance Nevada sports books might lose only their third Super Bowl in 28 years.