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Donaco International adds 100 tables to Poipet casino

Donaco International adds 100 tables to Poipet casino

Casino operator Donaco International has begun installing approximately 100 new gaming tables at its flagship Star Vegas Resort and Club in Poipet, the company said in filing to the Australian Securities Exchange.

Star Vegas currently has 140 gaming tables, 1,500 slots and 385 hotel rooms. The addition of the tables follows last month’s announcement that the company signed a junket deal with marketing firm Vivo Tower Ltd to bring in players from Macau, Hong Kong and Malaysia.

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