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Gaming Asia opens new club

Gaming Asia opens new club

Entertainment Gaming Asia will open up it’s second Dreamworld Club in Cambodia in the Thai-Cambodia border town of Poipet, in  Banteay Meanchey province,  according to a media release from the US-listed company on Monday.

Attached to an existing casino, the $7.5 million project will feature a standalone slot hall consisting of 300 gaming machine seats.

“With our quality suite of gaming machines, superior service and appealing atmosphere, we believe Dreamworld Club will elevate the gaming experience in this market to a higher level,” said Clarence Chung, chairman and chief executive officer of Entertainment Gaming Asia in the media release. The grand opening of Dreamworld Club in Poipet will be on May 9.

Entertainment Gaming Asia’s first Cambodian casino, Dreamworld Pailin opened in the Northwest of Cambodia close to the Thai border in May last year.


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