Gaming Company Posts Record Quarter of $5.2M

Entertainment Gaming Asia Inc. (EGA), which owns a number of casinos in Cambodia, as well as provides gaming machines to other local gambling venues, announced on Tuesday that quarterly revenues from April through June reached a record $5.2 million, up 14 percent compared to the same quarter last year, according to a financial statement. EGA has had a busy year adding hundreds of gaming tables to to the four-star Tansour Bokor Highland Resort in Kampot province, which opened in May, while also launching its own casino in Pailin province the same month and breaking ground on another $7.5 million  casino project in Poipet City. … EGA is backed by Macau-based Melco International Development Limited, which is chaired by Lawrence Ho, son of gambling mogul Stanley Ho.