The Japan listed company and the French casino operator have reached an agreement to develop an integrated resort in Japan.
Japan.- Pixel Companyz Inc, a Japan-based company, has announced an agreement with French casino operator Partouche for the development of a casino resort in Japan.
Partouche had previously partnered with the Hong Kong-listed company Oshidori for the project. After the end of that agreement, the French operator said it was still interested in continuing with its plans to join the integrated resort business in Japan.
It is yet to be announced where in the country the consortium will look to develop the new IR.
Japan will allow only three casino resorts to be built in the first phase to be decided next year. Yokohama, Osaka, Nagasaki and Wakayama have shown interest in bidding to host the venues.
The Japanese company said in a statement: “Pixel Companyz and Groupe Partouche will work together with their consortium partners to plan, develop and operate a premier integrated resort in Japan.
“The consortium aims to develop an IR unique to Japan that will highlight the tourism assets, food culture, brands and the hospitable culture that the country has to offer.”