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Hong Kong gaming group links up with Cambodia casinos

Hong Kong gaming group links up with Cambodia casinos

Hong Kong-based TGG Takara Gaming Group, an open-source and interactive gaming platform, has announced that it is entering Cambodia through two new partnerships with casino groups Golden Crown, based in Poipet, and Super Rich, based in Sihanoukville, according to the company’s release.

Raymond Chan, co-founder and CEO of TGG, said in the release that the company is eyeing the potential of Southeast Asia, where growth of the casino industry has largely piggybacked off of an influx of Chinese visitors. The successful entrance of the TGG gaming platform into Cambodia is expected to open up a gateway to other countries in the region.

TGG, which focuses on development of new slot, bingo and skill-based casino games, currently has 17 partners and 200 gaming titles pending deployment to 13 casinos in 10 countries around Asia, Europe and Latin America.

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