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NagaWorld eyes profits as VIPs roll into casino

NagaWorld eyes profits as VIPs roll into casino

Nagacorp Ltd, the Hong Kong-listed operator of Cambodia’s NagaWorld casino and hotel complex, announced that its VIP rollings, an indicator of potential performance through junket operations, had increased by 67 during the first nine months of the year to a total of $11 billion.

The company’s unaudited financial release noted that mass market activity continued to surge with table buy-ins increasing by 26 percent during the period to over $566 million, while electronic gaming machine bills-in increasing by 16 percent to over $1.3 billion.

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