Always the best choice for fun and excitement, 2015-
2016 saw over 700 promotions taking place at SIGA
casinos. Major prizes included everything from Hollywood
trips to home makeovers and luxury vehicles. Players
enjoyed anniversary celebrations at all casinos and Gold
Eagle Casino celebrated their new 5,000 square foot
expansion with entertainment, food and beverage specials
and hot seat draws.
Our Smoke Signals Mystery Progressive paid out four
jackpot prizes of over $1 million this year. The wins
ranged from $1.04 million to over $1.95 million – the
largest jackpot ever paid out by a Saskatchewan casino.
Along with the main jackpot, Smoke Signals has two
other mystery jackpots; the “Dreamer” pays out $25,000-
$75,000 and the “Player” pays out $1,000-$3,000. This
year 53 happy patrons won the Dreamer jackpots and
close to 2,000 of our customers won the Player jackpots.
With mystery jackpots, any spin can win!
SIGA’s signature hot air balloon had more than 70 flights
taking place with VIP Players Club members getting a
thrilling bird’s eye view of Saskatchewan. Watch the skies
for the world’s largest slot machine.
SIGA’s annual Poker Championship had 398 players
buying in for the chance to win the championship title
including the coveted custom-designed poker bracelet and
a seat at the World Series of Poker. In the end it was Mark
Burke from Alberta who became the 2015 champion.
In February, the $50,000 SIGA Slot Showdown
Tournament hosted 102 provincial qualifiers. An awards
ceremony and dinner followed the tournament and all were
hosted at Dakota Dunes Casino. The champion of the
Slot Showdown was Dorthea Fletcher from Carlyle, SK,
qualifying from the Bear Claw Casino and Hotel.
Facilities departments have started the transition to LED
lighting, which will see positive environmental impacts and
costs savings through more efficient energy use.
events took place
at SIGA Casinos
– the largest jackpot
ever paid out by a
flights of SIGA’s signature
hot air balloon carrying