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Casinos Austria, formed in 1967 and based in Austria, is a gaming corporation that owns and operates casinos around the globe. It is one of the largest casino operators in the world.

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Casinos Austria together with its partners operate in about 40 land-based casinos in 16 countries, 8 shipboard casinos, 15 slot parlors, a range of lottery products in Argentina, and one online gambling platform. Together, the Casinos Austria International (CAI) group’s gaming entertainment operations feature over 750 gaming tables and 7,600 gambling machines. [1]

The headquarters of the company was located in the Palais Ephrussi in Vienna from 1969 to 2009. It is now located at Rennweg 44 in the 3rd district of Vienna.

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  1. "Casinos Austria International" . Retrieved 2011-05-23.