Up until February, Cambodia was one of the world’s Covid success stories, with very few cases and no deaths. That has now changed, with the government in Phnom Penh struggling to control an outbreak, resulting in the widespread closure of the country's casinos.
Hong Kong-listed Century Entertainment said there has been no significant progress made on the opening of the Dara Sakor casino in Cambodia, due to the Covid situation, and the deadline for an accord to transfer tables there has been extended again.
Donaco’s second-quarter revenue and EBITDA were heavily impacted by a forced temporary closure of its Star Vegas property due to covid-19 lockdowns, with revenue falling 46.4 percent compared to the prior-year period.
The Cambodian government has imposed a nationwide curfew from 9 pm to 3 am as it attempts to rein in the spread of Covid 19.
The Cambodian government is aiming for a reopening of its country’s borders in November of this year, though some inside sources are expecting it could be December or early 2022 realistically.
Nagacorp's NagaWorld in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh will remain closed for a further 14 days until at least August 6th as authorities seek to rein in Covid cases.
The steep fall in the shares of Hong Kong-listed Nagacorp present a good buying opportunity for investors, according to Seeking Alpha.
Cambodia will be temporarily shutting its border with Vietnam for one month starting this Sunday (July 18) to curb the spread of Covid-19.
Gaming jurisdictions in Asia are continuing to see setbacks amongst new outbreaks and lockdown measures being imposed by governments.
Danny Too, general manager of Cherry Interactive, speaks with Asia Gaming Brief managing editor, Sharon Singleton, about Asia's online gaming industry from PIGOs in the Philippines to developments in Dubai.