Suncity Group’s Poker King Club has teamed with South Korea’s Paradise Co. to open a poker room in the operator’s casino in Busan.
Poker King Club Vice-President, David Chee, met with Paradise Casino Division Chief, MingZhong Kim to finalize the details of the new venture in a small signing ceremony, Poker King said in a Friday announcement.
The Paradise Hotel and Casino is Busan has 532 rooms and is close to Haeundae Beach. The new poker room will feature Short Deck format and No Limit Hold’em games at different levels.
VIP guests will also have an array of special services from the casino, including a private room service for when they stay at the hotel.
Suncity Group in February announced it was in talks with Paradise Co. about a possible cooperation at the Busan casino as part of its plans to diversify across the region.
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