NagaCorp says 90 percent of its $3.5 billion Naga 3 property will consist of non-gaming amenities, with a strong focus on high-tech elements.
Cambodia’s Ministry of Economy and Finance Secretary of State, H.E. Nguon Sokha, will give the opening address at the Mekong Gaming Summit, organized by Asia Gaming Brief.
Over the past 20 years, parts of Indochina have become a hotbed for casino gaming. Yet while this corner of Southeast Asia can be a challenging environment and not a guaranteed license to print money, certain casino operators have struck gold there. Arguably two of the region’s biggest winners are Crown International Club in Danang, Vietnam and NagaWorld in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
As many as 90 percent of businesses in Sihanoukville are owned by Chinese nationals, according to a report from Preah Sihanouk provincial authorities. Speaking during...
The expansion of Cambodia’s casino industry has continued apace into 2019, though the collapse of a building in Sihanoukville in June has raised concerns that construction and environmental standards are being ignored in the race for development.