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Specifics on Cambodia’s forthcoming gaming laws

In response to inquiries by Asia Gaming Brief, some of the specifics regarding Cambodia’s forthcoming gaming law have been revealed. The draft law was endorsed...

Cambodia passes casino regulation

Cambodia’s cabinet on Monday passed long-awaited draft legislation to cover its casino industry, according to reports in the Phnom Penh Post. 

NagaCorp confirms reopening of business

Casino operator NagaCorp has confirmed that it has been given the go-ahead from the Cambodian government to reopen its casinos this week.  According to a...

Cambodia’s casinos get green light to reopen

All casinos in Cambodia have been permitted to reopen, local media reports citing Phay Siphan, Minister Attached to the Prime Minister and Chairman of...

Century Entertainment sharpens focus on Cambodia

As it reported its results for the year ending March 31, 2020, Century Entertainment made clear that it intends to focus its gaming interests...

Cambodia vows to block online gambling sites

The Cambodian government has signaled a round of crackdowns on illegal online gambling sites. The Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications is reportedly attempting to block...

Macau Legend’s Siem Reap land deal delayed

Macau Legend Development’s deal to acquire a 1,200-hectare plot of land in Siem Reap has been delayed due to “difficulties to the process caused...

NagaCorp proposes notes issuance to aid liquidity

Hong Kong-listed NagaCorp, operator of NagaWorld in Phnom Penh, Cambodia is proposing to conduct international notes offering to investors in Asia and Europe in...

NagaWorld casino workers protest after suspension pay gets cut

Around 200 employees from NagaWorld in Phnom Penh protested outside the Labor Ministry on Tuesday after the casino operator stopped the flow of workers...

Cambodia gaming down but not out after Covid-19, online gaming ban

Cambodia’s gaming industry has taken a major knock from the Covid-19 crisis and last year’s ban on online gaming, but those on the ground are optimistic it will bounce back stronger than ever.

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