Hong Kong-listed NagaCorp is licensed to monopolise the gaming industry in Phnom Penh until 2035. The company has opened for business Naga2, the second phase of NagaWorld, a gaming, entertainment and hotel complex. Photo: SCMP handout

While Macau loses its lustre, a Cambodian casino bets on Chinese tourists to hit jackpot

Hong Kong-listed NagaCorp is counting on Chinese tourists to boost gaming revenue at its Cambodian casino, as the country targets 2 million Chinese visitors by 2020

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Hong Kong-listed NagaCorp is licensed to monopolise the gaming industry in Phnom Penh until 2035. The company has opened for business Naga2, the second phase of NagaWorld, a gaming, entertainment and hotel complex. Photo: SCMP handout
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Josh Ye

Josh Ye

Josh is a reporter at Abacus. He was previously a reporter and a video producer for the South China Morning Post. Graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a major in English and philosophy, he's now pursuing a law degree at the University of Hong Kong. Outside of work, he's a pop culture junkie, an avid listener of audiobooks and a huge fan of American sports.