SkyCity Hamilton

    SkyCity Hamilton
    SkyCity Hamilton

    In June 2005, SKYCITY completed the acquisition of full ownership of SKYCITY Hamilton which opened in 2002. Previously, SKYCITY was a joint venture partner (70%) with Perry Developments Limited (30%). The Hamilton casino licence currently runs until September 2027.SKYCITY Hamilton is currently authorised to operate 23 gaming tables and 339 gaming machines.

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