3 THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN PLANNING A CASINO EVENT
1. How many guests do you want to be able to play at one time?
You don’t necessarily need to book enough games for 100% of your guests. Especially if the Casino Party portion of your event overlaps with other activities (dancing, eating, socializing) only a percentage of your guests will be playing at any given time. We’d be happy to help you decide how many games and tables you need for your specific event type.
2. What games do you think your guests would most enjoy?
Having a variety of games best represents a true casino experience. Because of it’s low skill level and familiarity, Blackjack is our most popular game. Craps & Roulette are high-energy games that can accommodate larger numbers of players per table, but require more space. Bingo & Trivial Pursuit are great additions to a casino event when space / budget is limited or to accommodate guests that might be uncomfortable with traditional games. Read more about our games here.
3. What plan best fits your budget?
Depending on the size and scope of your event, the Casino Party is typically a small portion of the overall event budget. We’ve created small and intimate private parties . If you have concerns about your budget we can guide you to the choices that will help keep cost down while keeping the fun high!
Venues & Facilities
We have worked in most facilities in East Tennessee with our casino events. We normally communicate with the facility coordinator to create a casino floor plan suitable for the entire event, taking into consideration space required for catering, beverage and other entertainment.
The casino set up is very flexible, with casino tables set at counter height without chairs to encourage guests to mingle. This also allows more guests the opportunity to play the games. Most tables with dealer and players fit within an 10′ wide x 8′ space (about 80 sq. ft.). Tables can be placed along perimeters or in the center of a room back to back with dealers in the center. Set up can be flexible, with tables group together or spread out throughout the space. They also fit comfortably in most residential homes.
Typical Casino Play
• Guests receive a $25,000.00 starter chip.
• The starter chip is exchanged for $100, $500 and $1000 chips at the gaming tables.
• Casino operates up to three hours, and then last hand is called.
• Guests exchange chips for raffle tickets with any dealer.
• Raffle is held for prizes provided by the client.