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NagaWorld continues its double-digit growth

NagaWorld continues its double-digit growth

Nagacorp Ltd, the operator of Phnom Penh’s NagaWorld casino and hotel complex, reported year-on-year double-digit growth in betting volumes during the first nine months of 2016, the company said in a voluntary filing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange yesterday.

VIP rollings grew 11 percent to reach $6.6 billion during the first nine months of the year while the mass market buy-ins grew by 13 percent to $456.5 million.

Electronic gaming machine (EGM) bills-in increased by 15 percent to $1.14 billion during the period.

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