Deltin Group awaits casino licence in Daman

Deltin Group has offshore and land-based casinos in Goa, Sikkim and Nepal.
Deltin Group has offshore and land-based casinos in Goa, Sikkim and Nepal.

Anil Malani, Deltin Group’s CEO, said the company remains focused on the Goan market while it waits for a casino licence in Daman to continue expanding its business.

India.- Anil Malani, Deltin Group’s CEO has spoken about the company’s plans for next year and how the Covid-19 pandemic affected its businesses in Goa.

In an interview with Travel Trends Today, Malani said casinos in Goa remain a major draw, but that the company is also awaiting a licence in Daman, in the union territory of Daman and Diu, north of Mumbai. Deltin Group currently has two offshore casinos and one 5-star hotel with a land-based casino in Goa and one land-based casino each in Sikkim and Nepal.

Malani said: “Casinos are a major tourist attraction in Goa and they not only help revive the long-struggling travel & tourism industry but also people employed in it, who were badly hit by two waves of the Covid-19 pandemic. All our properties are abiding by the government safety guidelines and restrictions.”

The company is owned by Delta Corp Ltd, which reported gross income of Rs41.6 crore (US$5.5m) for the third quarter of the year.  The company also revealed an increase in gaming operations from Rs28.5 crore to Rs32.6 crore when compared to the previous quarter.

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