Are Casino themed parties legal?
YES – our Casino Nights and Events are strictly for entertainment only! Only play money – not real money – is used during our events. We suggest allowing your guests to trade their play money in for prizes, raffle tickets, or other gifts!
Should there be an age requirement at Casino events?
No – everyone of all ages is invited to join in on the fun!
How long do your Casino events last?
Our usual Casino Night runs an average of 2 – 3 hours, but if you have special time needs we can adjust to better serve you.
Do you travel outside of the Pittsburgh area?
Definitely, we will travel to many locations. Several of our events have been in West Virginia, Ohio, and central PA, including Bedford, Altoona, and State College. Ask us about our travel abilities.
Do we provide our own dealers?
It’s up to you! We provide trained, professional and friendly dealers to make your event planning easier, but you can also bring your own dealers if you wish.
What are your most popular Casino games?
Our number one game is Black Jack – which is the most popular played casino game in the WORLD! Craps and Roulette are also popular among guests and for those a little more advanced, Poker is a great game to have!
Would a Casino Night be a good fundraiser?
Absolutely! While you can pretty much organize a Casino Fundraiser event any which way you want, here’s an effective way to raise money and get the most fun out of your event: When your guests buy a ticket to your event, assign them a set amount of play money that they use to purchase play chips. At the end of the event, allow them to use their winnings on prizes or an auction!
What if players do not know how to play the games?
Our dealers are experienced and will go out of their way to explain the rules of the game with your guests.
What type of event is a Casino Party used for?
Any event, Holiday Parties, Corporate events, Fundraisers, Proms, Birthday parties, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs and many more
What is provided?
Entertainment Unlimited will provide:
All gaming equipment and supplies.
Chips and raffle Tickets
Dealers (if contracted) OR training for your volunteer dealers.
Casino Pit Boss (if needed)
Delivery, set up and clean up of all equipment.
Coordination with your venue regarding set up time and table/chair requirements
What do I need to provide?
One table (6 ft banquet) for each game being used.
Chairs for all card games
Table cloths and skirting (if desired) for tables
Prizes and person to announce raffle (if applicable)
If event is a fundraiser – a staffed cashier’s table for guests to purchase play money.