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Paradise, GKL show mixed sales data for June

South Korea’s main foreigner-only casinos saw mixed results in June, with Paradise Co. reporting declining revenue from the prior month and Grand Korea Leisure a strong increase.

GKL April casino sales drop 80% from prior month

Grand Korea Leisure (GKL) sales dropped more than 80 percent in April from the prior month, which had seen an exceptionally strong showing from its table games. 

Paradise March casino sales up 11.8%, lag GKL

South Korea’s Paradise Co. posted an 11.8 percent gain in March casino sales from the prior month, though the figure was 15.8 percent lower than last year and lagged far behind Grand Korea Leisure’s performance.

GKL March revenue surges 334%, driven by table games

Grand Korea Leisure reported a 334 percent spike in March casino sales from the prior month, led primarily by gains in table games.

GKL Feb. casino sales drop almost 30 percent from prior month

Grand Korea Leisure’s casino sales dropped almost 30 percent in February from the prior month, despite higher volumes, as luck played against the operator.

GKL 2021 loss widens as sales fall by more than half

Grand Korea Leisure has reported a wider 2021 loss as sales dropped by more than half from the already Covid-hit prior year.

GKL annual sales down 52%, but improved in Dec.

Grand Korea Leisure's 2021 casino sales were down 51.8 percent from their 2020 levels, although figures for the final month of the year showed a 147.7 percent improvement.

Paradise Oct. sales helped by luck, GKL reports slight dip

South Korea's foreigner-only casinos reported mixed fortunes again in October, with luck helping monthly revenue at Paradise Co. to double, while Grand Korea Leisure saw a slight decline from the prior month.

Paradise, GKL post improved August sales from month prior

South Korean operators Paradise Co. and Grand Korea Leisure have both reported improved casino revenue for August compared with the prior month.

GKL 2Q loss narrows as revenue surges

Grand Korea Leisure, which operates foreigner-only casinos in South Korea, posted a narrower loss for 2Q21 as sales surged both year-on-year and sequentially.