Stardust Casino Reborn Online

The name is a blast from the past. Its return is anything but. Stardust Casino is coming back to life not as a brick-and-mortar casino, but an online casino. Stardust takes bets under the auspices of Boyd Gaming.

Stardust Casino has a storied past as one of the original Las Vegas Strip casinos. It opened in 1958 and closed in 2006.

The name has returned if not the casino itself. The Stardust has become an online casino in Pennsylvania and New Jersey under Boyd Gaming Corp. and FanDuel Group. The iGaming version expects to tap into the nostalgia the name invokes, along with throwback graphics, according to Play Pennsylvania.

“The new Stardust Casino will retain all of the great games that customers love on Betfair Casino, while incorporating a new stylish look that captures the glitz, glamour and nostalgia of old Las Vegas,” said Amy Howe, president of FanDuel Group.

Stardust will kick off with 88 slot titles. Jackpot slots include Divine Fortune and Mercy of the Gods, along with familiar names such as

  • Treasures of the Pyramid
  • Wheel of Fortune Triple Extreme Spin
  • Fortune Coin
  • Cleopatra
  • Starburst
  • Asgardian Stones
  • Gonzo’s Quest
  • Butterfly Staxx
  • Guns N’ Roses

Table games include blackjack, baccarat, and American, European and French roulette, along with video poker. Stardust partnered with leading live dealer game supplier Evolution Gaming and currently has the following live dealer games: blackjack, baccarat and roulette.