RGB expecting 2017 net profit growth

The 2017 turnover growth of electronic gaming machine supplier RGB International Bhd is expected to grow by 10.38 million euros in 2017.

Malaysia.- RGB International Bhd, the Malaysian electronic gaming machine supplier, revealed that it’s expecting its 2017 turnover to increase by 10.38 million euros. The company accomplished several concessions and secured many leasing deals since 2016 and its expecting for them to pay off this year.

According to Datuk Chuah Kim Seah, RGB’s managing director, said concessions include Donaco’s Star Vegas in Cambodia, Pagcor in the Philippines, Golden Sands Dili in Timor Leste, SKKS Slot Club in Laos, and Kathmandu’s Casino Royale.

Furthermore, he explained to StarBiz that the company wants to expand into new territories through the One Belt, One Road initiative and said: “We expect these countries, most of which are locations where we already have a presence, to boom with investments that they will attract in the near future.”

Chuah also added that RGB International has decided to recruit new staff “to handle the expansion of (their) business in the region.”

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