The Philippines – Dolphin secures $700,000 Solaire chip orderBy Phil - 29 April 2014
Entertainment Gaming Asia’s Dolphin subsidiary has secured a major reorder to supply its gaming chips and plaques to Bloomberry Resorts’ Solaire Resort and Casino in the Philippines.
Dolphin was the supplier of gaming chips for Solaire’s Phase 1, which opened in March 2013, and has now been selected to supply both gaming chips and plaques for its Phase 1A expansion, which is expected to open in the third quarter of 2014. The order is valued at US$700,000 in revenue, which the company expects to record in the third quarter of 2014.
Solaire, a premier integrated resort, is the first property to open in the Entertainment City casino and tourist complex in Manila Bay, Philippines. Solaire’s Phase 1 features approximately 200,000 square feet of gaming space, approximately 500 hotel rooms and suites, restaurants, entertainment amenities and conference facilities. Phase 1A will include a new 300-suite hotel tower, an expanded gaming floor, additional restaurants and a retail promenade.
Panos Makridis, Senior Vice President Gaming Products of Dolphin Products, said: “Dolphin is proud to be Solaire’s provider of casino currency. We believe this reorder, which includes both gaming chips and plaques with a range of Dolphin’s high-level security features, further strengthens our relationship with this prominent customer and demonstrates their acknowledgment of the superior quality of Dolphin’s chips and plaques and their value for the money.”