WASHINGTON — Maverick Gaming, the nation’s fastest growing regional casino operator, today announced its acquisition of All-Star Lanes & Casino (All-Star) in Silverdale, Washington.
All-Star is a local entertainment center that features table games, poker, 40 bowling lanes, an arcade, diner, drive-thru espresso and full-service dining experiences.
Founded in 1985, All-Star is a major employer in Kitsap County that will employ over 150 people. Based in Kirkland, Washington, Maverick Gaming has acquired numerous unique brands and properties in Nevada, Colorado, and Washington. The integration of its properties showcases Maverick Gaming’s investment in local communities, including its long-term commitment as a community partner through its employee-led philanthropic arm, Maverick Cares.
“Maverick Gaming is proud of its ongoing investment in local communities and jobs across our state. We all look forward to building partnerships with the community of Silverdale, supporting family wage jobs and investing in a great local entertainment center,” said Eric Persson, Chief Executive Officer and majority owner of Maverick Gaming.
All-Star will be fully integrated into Maverick Gaming’s implementation of rigorous problem gambling policies which include a company-wide self-exclusion program at its Washington properties, which was one of the first in the state. With the acquisition of All-Star, Maverick Gaming will own and operate 23 of the neighborhood card rooms in Washington State.
ABOUT MAVERICK GAMING LLC
Maverick Gaming™, based in Kirkland, Washington, is a young, responsible gaming company with over 3,000 dedicated team members. Maverick Gaming owns and operates a portfolio of 31 properties across Nevada, Washington, and Colorado with over 1,800 slot machines, 350 table games, 1,020 hotel rooms, and 30 restaurants. Maverick Gaming is a proud employer of Teamsters Local 117 workers at its Washington locations as part of its commitment to providing sustainable, family-wage jobs that support economic opportunity in local communities.
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