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Japanese Company Involved in Russia Casino Project

Simple Create, a Japanese company based in Otsu, Shiga Prefecture, has partnered with Diamond Fortune on that company's Imperial hotel complex, one of the largest projects in the Primorye gaming zone of Russia’s Far East.

Mass Earnings Overtakes VIP at Tigre De Cristal

Hong Kong-listed Summit Ascent Holdings, the operator of Tigre de Cristal in Russia, swung to a modest profit of HK$2.6 million (about US$338,000) in 2018H1, compared to a loss of HK$5.4 million (about US$702,000) in the prior year period.

Former Royal Time Group Head Declared Bankrupt

Rashid Teymasov, the former head of Royal Time Group, has been declared bankrupt, while the company he headed has exited all projects in other Russian gambling zones except Azov-City, local media reports.

Shambala to Build New Entertainment Complex in Primorye

Russian casino investor Shambala has announced plans to build a 16,000 square meter entertainment complex in Primorye, eastern Russia, after winning an open auction for two land plots in the zone.

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Hokkaido Attracted Record Number of Tourists in FY2017

New figures show that Hokkaido attracted a record number of tourists in FY2017—56.1 million people—which was a 3% advance over the previous fiscal year.

Aichi Governor Omura Urged to Run for Reelection

A delegation of local mayors has asked Aichi Governor Hideaki Omura to run for reelection when his second term ends next February, a race that will have implications for the potential IR bids of both Tokoname city and Nagoya city.

City of Dreams Manila Opens VR Gaming Facility

Melco Resorts & Entertainment has opened Southeast Asia’s first Bandai Namco Virtual Reality gaming facility at its City of Dreams Manila IR in the Philippines.

Naruto City Wins Legal Case over Boat Race Payments

On Tuesday, the Naruto municipal authorities won a legal case that had been brought against them by local residents who were upset at payments made regarding boat race facilities to the nearby fishing cooperative.

Rush Street Japan Focuses on Tomakomai

In early October, Rush Street Gaming’s Japan branch was quietly established, with the Chicago-based firm currently looking at Tomakomai, Hokkaido, as the main direction for its IR license campaign.