Casinos Austria International has said it plans to operate a 9,000 square meter casino as part of its project for an integrated resort project in Nagasaki, Japan, with 220 gaming tables and 2,200 slot machines ‘offering a gaming experience of the highest international standards.’
The project would also feature eight hotels with conference and exhibition centres and entertainment complexes in cooperation with ‘reputable international partners such as the Hyatt Hotel Group as well as Japanese partners.’
Casinos Austria also confirmed that the casino project is to be developed alongside the currently existing Huis Ten Bosch theme park.
Casinos Austria’s CEO Bettina Glatz-Kremsner said: “By passing this milestone in the award process in Japan, Casinos Austria International has once again demonstrated the kind of excellent reputation that the company enjoys abroad. After years of restructuring, CAI is back on track. Its know-how and expertise in the development and operation of such complex projects continue to be impressive. I wish Casinos Austria International, under Christoph Zurucker-Burda’s management, all the best and that they will be awarded one of the three licences next year, together with Nagasaki Prefecture.”