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NagaWorld fires staff over strike

  NagaWorld has "terminated/suspended" 413 workers for participating in what the casino called an illegal strike. About 1,000 staff have been on strike for two...

NagaWorld worker protest broken up

  NagaWorld security guards and police broke up a protest involving more than 500 workers who had been picketing in a park across the street...

Queenco cheered by early results

Queenco Leisure International Ltd. generated  €500,000 ($654,000) in gross gaming revenue from its new casino in Sihanoukville. The London-listed company posted earnings before interest,...

EGA opens Dreamworld Poipet on the 28th

  Entertainment Gaming Asia Inc. (Nasdaq: EGA) is to open its second gaming parlor in Cambodia on March 28 in Poipet along the country's border...

Soccer betting proliferates in border casinos

  As reported in our very first eBrief, Poipet has a number of casinos catering to customers from Thailand and itinerant workers. In addition to...

Forbes lifts NagaCorp boss to billionaire

According to a Forbes report, Chen Lip Keong has become a billionaire for the first time, on the back of the stellar performance of...

Cambodia lists casino licence, other fees

  In an effort to improve transparency and facilitate European and US companies to do business in the country, the Finance Ministry has publicly issued...

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