Entertainment Gaming Asia (EGA) on Tuesday announced it had written off its $2.5 million investment in Dreamworld Ca*sino in Pailin province due to lower-than-expected player traffic crossing the Thai border and said it may pull out altogether, according to a filing on the NASDAQ stock market. EGA, which is backed by Macau-based casino operator Melco International Develop*ment, also runs slot machines in Phnom Penh’s NagaWorld and Thansur Bokor in Kampot pro*vince. It opened a second Dream*world casino in March in Poipet City, Banteay Meanchey pro*vince. Its flagship casino in Pailin, which opened in May 2012 targeting Thai gamers
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