Russian casino assures its competitiveness

Whilst further Russian cities seek to become next gambling hub, Tigre de Cristal reassures its leadership.

Russia.- G1 Entertainment operator of Tigre de Cristal in Russia has issued its plans of innovation for the largest casino floor in the country. As Russia is expanding its gaming services, the casino, which in its first year of activity contributed to the country with over US$8 million seeks to maintain its leading position in the sector.

According to local news, G1 Entertainment executive director Craig Ballantyne revealed the company’s plans to begin the second phase of construction of the profitable project. Tigre de Cristal would face extensive competition with the further plans of the casino hub. International gaming companies have been targeting Russia market to extend their businesses.

Several rumours confirm the intentions to boost the casino and touristic industry in the Asian country before the soccer 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia. Tigre de Cristal, located in Primorye gaming zone would reassure its position as the most attractive venue of the country. However, NagaCorp also announced the construction of the Mayak casino in the city next month.

Tigre de Cristal has been showing excellent results since its first year of operations. As Craig Ballantyne commented, the company invested US$12.4 million on improving general infrastructure and landscaping and plans a millionaire investment for the second phase of the project.