U.S.-listed firm Entertainment Gaming Asia’s (EGA) Dreamworld casino in Poipet province has seen revenue drop by almost 18 percent this year, according to financial results released by the company. Results issued on Thursday from Hong Kong said the casino, which opened in May 2012, made revenue of $907,000 from April to June, compared with revenue of $1.1 million in the first quarter of this year.* “The decline was due to lower player traffic levels,” said a statement accompanying the results. The casino houses 26 live gaming tables and 58 slot machine seats. Operating costs fell slightly during the three-month
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