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Gaming firm Donaco to launch online platform

Gaming firm Donaco to launch online platform

Asian casino operator Donaco International Ltd will roll out a platform for online gaming next month tied to its brick-and-mortar casino in Poipet, the ASX-listed firm said in an investor presentation yesterday.

Donaco, which operates the Star Vegas Resort and Club in Cambodia as well as the Aristo International Hotel in Vietnam, previously operated an online wagering marketing portal called Way2Bet but sold it in October 2014 for $450,000. Donaco CEO Joey Lim first announced plans for a new online gaming platform last October.

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