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G1 Entertainment files for Tigre trademark in Macau

Russian casino operator G1 Entertainment LLC has applied for trademark registration for its Tigre de Cristal brand in Macau, according to the Official Gazette.

The application included a number of services which included, but not limited to: amusement parks, recreational facilities, provision of casino facilities, gaming services, lotteries, night clubs, and rental of gaming equipment.

G1 Entertainment is a majority-owned subsidiary of Summit Ascent Holdings Limited, and are the operators of Tiger De Cristal in Vladivostok.

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