Strictly Slots magazine has announced the winners of its annual Best of Slots Awards, recognizing the top casinos across the country as voted on by its readers. The Players Choice Award recipients, voted on by readers, were announced and they represent the best of the best in slot-playing destinations. From coast to coast, these casinos have been recognized for their outstanding gaming experiences.
The Players Choice Award winners include Ocean Casino Resort in Atlantic City, Bally’s Quad Cities Casino & Hotel in Chicagoland, Monarch Casino Resort Spa Black Hawk in Colorado, MotorCity Casino Hotel in Detroit, Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa in Florida, and Beau Rivage Resort & Casino in Gulf Coast, among others.
The Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort in Mount Pleasant, Michigan, is the proud recipient of the Players Choice Award for the Native Midwest region. The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe owns this premier casino and resort complex, which offers a wide range of gaming opportunities, including thousands of state-of-the-art slots, table games, and a bingo hall.
The casino also features a variety of dining options, including an American bistro, a steakhouse, sports book, and several casual dining options. The resort offers luxurious accommodations, a full-service spa, and a 2,400-square-foot pool. It also serves as an ideal venue for meetings, conventions, and trade shows.
Soaring Eagle’s online casino and sportsbook app allows players to enjoy the casino experience from anywhere in Michigan. The casino also hosts headline entertainment acts, making it a comprehensive destination for gaming, relaxation, and entertainment.
In addition to winning the Players Choice Award for the Native Midwest region, Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort took home 26 total wins and 13 first-place awards, including Best Video Slots, Best Video Poker, and Best Slot Club, among others.
For those looking to experience the best in slot-playing destinations, the Players Choice Award winners offer a diverse and exciting array of gaming experiences from coast to coast.