Seneca Casinos to Stay Open 24 Hours and Offer Limited Table Service
Seneca Gaming is making more changes to its casinos, including operating hours and allowing limited table games.
Now that the Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino and the Buffalo Seneca Creek Casinos are finally reopen, more gaming options are being made available again, according to WIVB. This Wednesday (July 1), limited table games will be available. There will be some changes put in place to help guests maintain social distancing protocols, according to WIVB:
Every other table will be open
Three guests maximum per most table games
Three guests maximum on each side of Craps tables
For Baccarat (only the dealer will touch the cards)
Seneca Gaming officials told Channel 4 that games where guests handle cards, like ultimate Texas hold’em and Mississippi Stud, will not be available. Guests will be able to plat Blackjack, craps, roulette and more. Another change Seneca Gaming has made is returning to staying open 24-hours a day. They will resume around-the-clock gaming on Wednesday also, starting at 10 am. Seneca Allegany will go back to staying open 24-hours on Monday, July 6.
You can visit the Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino website for COVID-19 updates. You can also visit the Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino's website for COVID-19 updates at that location. Visit the Seneca Allegany Casino's website for updates, as well.