10 Biggest Casinos In The World

10 Biggest Casinos In The World

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Published Date · March 22, 2024 ·Read Time · 6 mins

You probably guessed it, a lot of the casinos that made it into the top 10 are based in Macau, but surprisingly Las Vegas never made the list, therefore there will be a few that will indefinitely surprise you. Additionally, we can expect to see a few new entries onto the list within the next few years, as some major projects are in the works such as the $5 billion Moon World Resorts in Las Vegas; as well as two huge new developments planned for Japan.

10. Rio Casino Resort, Klerksdorp, South Africa (266,000 sq ft)

Rio Casino

Having opened in 2002, this remains one of the largest casinos in the Southern Hemisphere, and in the world, hence its arrival onto this list.

At this casino there is an outstanding amount of gaming space, 266,000 square foot, that comes with 274 slot machines and 12 gaming tables, consisting of: blackjack, roulette and poker.

  • 274 Slot Machines
  • 12 Gaming Tables

This casino also caters to high-rollers, with its exclusive Salon Privé lounge. Salon Privé is a bespoke space catered to high-rollers, featuring: 38 slot machines, one roulette table, and a blackjack table. Additionally, the resort has a prominent Brazilian influence as you will see many Rio Carnival-themed decor displayed across the entire resort.

9. Ponte 16, Santo António, Macau (270,000 sq ft)

Ponte 16

This casino resort opened its doors in 2008 and is home to 408 hotel rooms and a whopping 270,000 square foot of gaming space. Oddly enough this resort also has a quirky affiliation with pop legend, Michael Jackson. Decorating the hotel, you will find numerous MJ artefacts such as his rhinestone encrusted white glove that he wore, when debuting the moonwalk for the first time, on TV; back in 1989. The casino bought the gloves for $350,000!

  • 307 Slot Machines
  • 109 Gaming Tables

The resort originally cost RMB 10 billion ($1.4 billion) to build, and now has plans for a HKD100 million ($13.9 million) revamp which includes a floating casino… Currently, this casino has a heavy French influence and you can indulge in the French way of life via their multiple restaurants on-site.

8. Foxwoods Resort Casino, Connecticut, USA (344,000 sq ft)

Foxwoods Casino

Foxwoods Resort is one of the largest casinos in the world, and one of the biggest casinos in the US. The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation own this casino as it is on reservation land and have decorated the resort with a Native American inspired theme. Overall, Foxwoods Resort covers a nine million square feet stretch, with 344,000 square feet being reserved for gaming space.

  • 3,500 Slot Machines
  • 250 Gaming Tables

Foxwoods was bought for $195 million back in 1992. Originally the land was used as a hotel with table games, consisting of 2,228 hotel rooms, but one year after opening - in 1993 - they introduced slots too.

7. Mohegan Sun, Connecticut, USA (364,000 sq ft)

Mohegan Sun

Built almost thirty years ago, having opened in 1996, the Mohegan Sun is now one of the best casinos to go to in the world. They currently sport about 6,000 slots and 350 table games across their 364,000 square feet of gaming space.

The resort cost a whopping $1.1 billion to build and it now offers daily helicopter transport to and from the neighboring New York City.

  • 6,000 Slot Machines
  • 4,350 Gaming Tables

The hotel towers hold 1,563 rooms and the resort also hosts 60 shops. Here, you can also access a state of the art poker room and enjoy a live multi-table experience from a single player station.

6. WinStar World Casino, Oklahoma, USA (370,000 sq ft)


WinStar World Casino is the largest casino in the US, but it is also one of the biggest casinos in the world; and the casino is located in the surprising spot of Oklahoma!

With at least 370,000 square feet of gaming space, this mega-size casino delivers an incredible 7,000+ gaming machines, circa 100 table games, and a 900-capacity bingo hall.

  • 7,000 Slot Machines
  • 100 Gaming Tables

Originally, WinStar World Casino opened in the early 1990s, as a bingo hall near the Texas border. However, in 2003, it expanded to include electronic table games and slots too, which consequently lead to it doubling in size four years later.

This Chickasaw Nation-owned establishment is also home to a 3,500-seat Global Event Center as well as a 7,700-seat Colosseum. Despite this not being at the top of our list, it certainly has more features than most casinos around the world!

5. City of Dreams, Cotai, Macau (420,000 sq ft)

City of Dreams Macau

The City of Dreams is certainly more like a city than a casino resort. Here, you will have access to four hotels, four spas, 175,000 square feet of retail space as well as 420,000 square feet of gaming space.

  • 1,514 Slot Machines
  • 450 Gaming Tables

The resort was launched in 2009 and cost $2.4 billion to build. As well as its casino, you can find an impressionable 30 restaurants and bars, a nightclub, exhibits and a live water theatre. Due to its number of restaurants available, City of Dreams has been coined as one of the best resorts in Macau for dining.

4. Wynn Palace, Cotai, Macau (420,000 sq ft)


This huge resort features a 28-story hotel with 1,706 rooms, over 106,000 sq ft of luxury retail space, 13 fine dining restaurants, and a 420,000 square foot gaming space. Additionally, this resort is also home to Macau's largest spa. The resort opened in 2016 and cost $4.2 billion to build.

  • 1,145 Slot Machines
  • 350 Gaming Tables

However, do be warned that this isn't a casino you can play low-stakes table games; it's one for the high-rollers. The minimum bet on blackjack is $500 per hand, meanwhile baccarat is solely reserved for the VIP rooms, starting from $3,000 per hand!

3. MGM Cotai, Cotai, Macau (500,000 sq ft)


This $3.4 billion jewel opened in 2013. It hosts the world’s biggest art garden with more than 2000 different plant species, as well as hundreds of modern art paintings and Ancient Imperial Chinese artifacts. The building is made to look like a stack of jewelry boxes which gives you an insight of the luxury you're about to enter...

  • 1,500 Slot Machines
  • 177 Gaming Tables

Guests who stay in the hotel's Sky Lofts will have access to the Sky Bar on the 35th floor, however this area is not available for anybody else. These lofts are part of circa 1,400 rooms in total.

This resort was built to appeal to the new middle-class in China, so among it 500,000 square foot of gaming space, it also features a $100 million theater as well as priceless art pieces to attract new visitors who want a taste of the luxe life.

2. The Venetian Macao, Cotai, Macau (550,000 sq ft)

Venetian Macau

The Venetian Macau is reportedly the seventh largest building in the world by floor area. The resort comprises of 10.5 million square feet overall and includes a 39-story hotel as well as a 15,000 capacity events area.

The resort was launched in 2007 and cost $2.4 billion to build. Alongside its huge luxe hotel and gaming floor, guests can also enjoy fine dining in Portofino and Michelin-starred restaurants.

  • 6,000 Slot Machines
  • 800 Gaming Tables

The casino is so big that it has also been divided into four themed gaming areas: Golden Fish, Imperial House, Red Dragon, and Phoenix.

Furthermore, the attached hotel contains a club called Paiza Club which is reserved for VIP guests. The gaming area of the Paiza Club is divided into individual private rooms that are each named after Asian cities and regions such as: Yunnan, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.

1. Casino di Campione, Campione d'Italia, Italy (590,000 sqft)


The biggest casino of them all. This casino was one of the biggest and oldest in Europe when it was first established in 1917, but it was sadly declared bankrupt in 2018, due to an economic crisis, and as of January 2019 it was closed. However, to the provinces delight, in 2022, it was reopened after three years of inactivity, and the 590,000 square foot of gaming space was live and running again; and was able to reclaim its title of the biggest casino in the world.

  • 500 Slot Machines
  • 56 Gaming Tables

Campione d'Italia is a piece of Italy inside of Switzerland that rests on the shores of Lake Lugano. Here, you will find a nine-story hotel, cinemas, shops, conference rooms, offices and a three-level underground parking lot. The resort cost €120 million to build and it played, and continues to play, a huge factor in the economy of Campione d'Italia and its residents' lives.


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