Hudson Bay resident wins more than $105,000 at Painted Hand Casino

A Hudson Bay resident is $105,440.00 richer after a visit to the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority (SIGA)’s Painted Hand Casino (PHC).


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Roberta Binkley and her husband stopped at PHC to watch a few innings of a Blue Jay’s game on their way home from Regina when she won the Power Strike Progressive Jackpot on July 21, 2019.


When asked how she felt about the jackpot win she says, ‘It hasn’t sunken in yet. It’s not life changing money but it sure helps.’


Roberta says she plans on helping her daughter pay for college and to buy a vehicle for herself. She and her husband have planned a vacation to Toronto to watch a Blue Jays game. After winning the jackpot the first thing they did was upgrade their tickets to Club Seats!


Charles Ryder, General Manager of PHC says, ‘It’s great to see another major jackpot winner at the Painted Hand Casino.’


Painted Hand Casino is east central Saskatchewan’s number one entertainment attraction offering a variety of favourite slot and table games. Conveniently located along Broadway Street in Yorkton, the casino is located near two major highways and attracts over 300,000 guests annually. Painted Hand Casino is open from 9 a.m. to 3 a.m. Sunday to Tuesday, from 9 a.m. to 4 a.m. Wednesday and Thursday, and remains open 24 hours from Friday to Sunday. Visit for more information.

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