Eric Althaus is the perfect candidate for the Rivers Casino Philadelphia GM position. His whole professional career revolves around casino operations and gaming. Also, he used to be the assistant GM at the venue.
As the assistant general manager, Althaus supervised all gaming operations, including the launch of Pulse Arena. Before joining Rush Street Gaming, he held various positions at other casino firms. According to poker tutorials and news sites, Althaus was the GM and president of Mardi Gras Casino and Resort. Before that, he had a short stint as vice president and general manager of Gun Lake Casino. His longest tour was with Station Casinos, where he held the vice president assistant general manager position for seven years.
Althaus was a table manager and dealer in various casinos, including Pinnacle Entertainment, Dubuque Casino Bell, and Beau Rivage Resort and Casino. According to RSG, Althaus’ promotion will take effect immediately.
New Rivers Casino Philadelphia GM
Eric Althaus spoke about his new role. He described the Rivers Casino Philadelphia crew as “outstanding.” As a result, he is looking forward to working with the rest of the team to keep the property’s momentum going.
Tim Drehkoff, CEO of Rush Street Gaming, stated that the new appointee’s leadership qualities and knowledge of the casino resort made him an ideal choice. Drehkoff believes these characteristics will enable a smooth transition that will not disrupt the property’s core activities. However, there are no talks about kiosks where people can bet on horses.
Martorano’s Prime, as Drehkoff said, is a forthcoming Italian-American Steakhouse that will provide guests to Rivers Casino Philadelphia with a new dining choice. According to sports betting odds experts, more food and beverage establishments are set to launch soon.