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Cambodia – TGG supplies two Cambodian casinos

By - 22 January 2018

TGG Takara Gaming Group, the world’s first open-source gaming platform, is entering the Southeast Asia Market with two leading local casino groups in Southeast Asia – Golden Crown and Superrich Casino.

TGG offers a Linux based robust game engine for the land based casino. Running on HIRO, a GLI-11 certified operating system designed primarily for electronic gaming devices, it offers innovative slot titles such as Today’s Weather, Ski Jump, Reindeer and Blackjack Impossible.

TGG co-founder and CEO Raymond Chan said: “TGG is eyeing the potential of Southeast Asia. Much of the new growths has come from Chinese visitors, the major reason behind this due to the booming of the economy in the Asian regions and therefore increased the Asian players rapidly. We are exciting to make our first gateway into Cambodia through this deployment with the two leading local casinos. It definitely marks another milestone for TGG in the East Asia market.”

Southeast Asia is the latest major gaming market that unlocked by TGG after Korea, Singapore, and Europe. The successful deployment in Cambodia is expected to open up the gateway towards other countries in the region for the near future.
In August last year it signed gaming machine operation agreement with Futro Group at Majestar Casino, the biggest Korean casino in Jeju Island.

The growth in casino gaming in Southeast Asia over the last few years has reached record highs with research data showing that the Asia-Pacific market grew to become the dominant global player between 2005 and 2015. Countries in Southeast Asia like Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar, Laos etc. have come to the fore as future strongholds of casino gaming. According to the data from the National Bank of Cambodia, it is estimated that the income generated by casinos from non-residents is around US$2bn annually, representing around 40 percent of the total amount spent by foreign visitors in 2016.

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