Caesars confirmed out of Incheon IR project

The reports in the Korea media last week have proven to be correct: Caesars Entertainment has withdrawn from its project in Incheon, and in doing so gave up its last interest in Asian gaming under its new, US market-focused leadership.

Caesars out of Korea casino, ex-partner R&F asks 3yr delay (GGR Asia)

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