In 2002, art collector and poker player Leon Tsoukernik decided to open a casino. In 2015, its cooperation with the World Series of Poker (WSOP) started with a WSOP Circuit Event.
King's Casino has hosted the WSOP Europe since 2017 (and will last until 2021, or potentially longer).
In 2018, the King’s Casino was renamed to King's Resort.
In 2017, over thirty thousand players attended the WSOPE, making it the most successful WSOPE to date.
The success of the Czech premiere led to a deal, which allows the WSOPE to take place in the Czech Republic annually until 2022, with further cooperation being open for discussion.
The WSOPE Festivals had been held every second year.
Poker tournaments are offered daily with guaranteed prize pools ranging €3,000 and higher.
The casino also features roulette, blackjack, baccarat, craps and slot machines.
The total capacity of the hotel is approximately 400 rooms and is equipped with a Japanese, Turkish and Swedish sauna, as well as, a fitness studio and swimming pool.
An art gallery is located between the hotel and gambling area with 25 art pieces featuring the Daimler Motorkutsche (1886) and the Benz Patent-Motorwagen (1886) by Andy Warhol, a Swarovski armchair, and works by Václav Radimský and Tony Cragg.
Die pompösen, blauen Säulen, verziert mit goldfarbenen Elementen, fallen dem Glücksspieler im King's Casino im tschechischen Rozvadov sofort ins Auge.
Die Spielbank beherbergt den größten Pokerraum Europas und ist regelmäßig Ausrichter großer Turniere.