Scarlet Pearl Casino Resort Wins First Place Awards in Strictly Slots Magazine's 2019 Best of Slots Competition

Monday 2nd December 2019

D'LBERVILLE, Miss., Dec. 2, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The Scarlet Pearl Casino Resort family is excited to announce three First Place Awards in the Strictly Slots Magazine Best of Slots on the Mississippi Gulf Coast 2019 issue. The awards are:

Strictly Slots Magazine readers vote in the competition. The publication is distributed nationally in print and online.

These awards come after seven wins for First Place from Casino Player Magazine's 2019 Best of Gaming Awards, including "Best Reel Slots" for the fourth consecutive year, and two First Place wins from Southern Gaming and Destinations 2019 Readers' Choice Awards. Scarlet Pearl also claimed First Place for Best Casino Hotel, three years in a row, and First Place for Loosest Slots, two years in a row, in the 2019 Covey Awards.

"We are very grateful to have been chosen as 'Best' by our players," said Scarlet Pearl CEO LuAnn Pappas. "These awards confirm our continuing commitment to providing the best and latest in slots, amenities and service for our guests!"

About Scarlet Pearl Casino Resort: Scarlet Pearl Casino Resort ( is a privately held company based in D'Iberville, MS. The casino resort features 300 hotel rooms, a miniature golf course, an event center, a luxurious pool and multiple restaurants. In addition to the non-gaming amenities, the casino is home to over 950 slots, including 56 live video poker machines, DraftKings at Scarlet Pearl Sportsbook, and 33 table games, including Blackjack, Craps, and Roulette. The casino opened in D'Iberville, MS December 9, 2015.

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