Desert Diamond Casino’s doors opening with wide options for slot players — Sun City Daily News-Sun
Take a walk inside the brand-new Desert Diamond West Valley Casino, and one thing becomes apparent: The slot machines are the star attraction.
Among the 1,089 gaming devices sitting neatly in row after row are dozens of varieties, including some of the most recognizable in the industry.
“One of the main messages is that you will most likely find your favorite game theme here,” said Tohono O’odham Gaming Enterprise director of public relations Treena Parvello during a brief tour of the 50,000-square-foot casino floor this week.
“For the true gamer, our goal was to ensure we had the full experience with the space we had available,” she said.
TOGE, the gaming arm of the southern Arizona Indian Tribe that owns and will operate Desert Diamond, announced doors will open to the public for the first time 1 p.m. Sunday.