G 1 Entertainment, a key investor in the Far East Primorye special gambling zone, has opened a virtual golf club on the premises of Tigre de Crystal casino.
According to an announcement from the Primorye Territory administration found on its website, the $150,000 virtual golf club is named Cristal Golf.
“We are trying to be in tune with global trends while enhancing the tourist appeal of the region. A virtual golf club is one of the entertainment projects that will contribute to this “, said Primorye tourism department head Konstantin Shestakov said.
Craig Ballantyne, an executive director of G 1 Entertainment, said that up to six participants can play a game of golf at once.
“Guests choose the field to play on from the 120 options, as well as the distance, the difficulty mode, and even the weather – sun, fog or rain,” he said.
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