Cambodia

Australia-listed Donaco International said it has won a court injunction to close the Star Paradise casino in Cambodia, which it says is operating in violation of a non-competition agreement signed when it bought its Star Vegas property in Poipet.

NagaCorp doubled the footprint of its Cambodian casino with the opening of the Naga 2 complex earlier this month, but the Hong Kong-listed operator is not content to stop there, with its founder outlining a vision to become a global hospitality group.

NagaCorp doubled the footprint of its Cambodian casino with the opening of the Naga 2 complex earlier this month, but the Hong Kong-listed operator is not content to stop there, with its founder outlining a vision to become a global hospitality group. The company, which was recently valued at more than $5 billion by Colliers International Hong Kong, started on a barge in 1993 after a United Nations coalition government was formed to restore peace and rebuild the war-torn nation. After opening Naga 2, the company's founder and CEO outlines his vision for growth. 



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The number of Chinese tourists visiting Cambodia rose 45.7 percent year-on-year to 841,340 in the first nine months of the year.

The biggest ever clean-up of Kep’s Angkol Beach took place last month, masterminded by the management of nearby Ha Tien Vegas Entertainment Resort.

Cambodia’s casino industry has seen another year of growth, helped by VIPs from China and growing tourism, though operators are still waiting for the publication of new legislation governing the industry.

NagaCorp hosted a media tour on 2 November in Phnom Penh to showcase the upscale new addition to NagaWorld.

Naga 2, the hotel and gaming extension to the NagaWorld casino and resort, held its soft opening yesterday.

Casino software supplier Asia Live Tech has announced it has launched a new service for Bitcoin online casinos.

Donaco International has announced the signing of a new agreement with RGB Ltd to enhance its slot machine portfolio at Star Vegas casino in Cambodia.

The rising cost of acquiring new online players is forcing operators in Asia to ramp up their customer relationship management (CRM) capabilities in a bid to build deeper bonds and gain more value from existing customers.

 

The rising cost of acquiring new online players is forcing operators in Asia to ramp up their customer relationship management (CRM) capabilities in a bid to build deeper bonds and gain more value from existing customers. In the past, limited competition and high volumes have provided little incentive for Asia facing operators to build a long-term clientele, but that is changing fast. 

 



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