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Mohegan’s Inspire Athens to open in “2025-26”

Speaking at the sixth Delphi Economic Forum, Mohegan Gaming and Entertainment’s interim CEO Ray Pineault said its Inspire Athens integrated resort, together with the wider Hellinikon mega-resort project, will be a game-changer for the region.

Hellinikon project could be ready for takeoff by the autumn

Hellinikon resort ready for take off by autumn
Lamda Development’s CEO Odisseas Athanasiou reported that work on the EUR8bn Hellinikon megaresort project at the former Athens airport could begin by the autumn.

TAIPED to launch tender for Crete redevelopment project

Crete casino resort redevelopment on former US Military base
The Greek government is set to hold a tender for a new leisure redevelopment, which includes a casino concession, at the site of a former US military base in Gournes.

Nagasaki RFP moves forward

Nagasaki RFP
The five groups which took part in the prefecture’s RFP have qualified for the next stage of the process. Meanwhile, Wynn Resorts has said it is still interested in pursuing a casino licence in Japan, however the US-based operator won’t be participating in Yokohama’s RFP process.

Mohegan Gaming and Entertainment weighing up Japan IR bid

Mohegan Japan Mario Kontomerkos
Mohegan Gaming and Entertainment has confirmed it is still considering whether to make a bid to enter Japan’s nascent integrated resorts market.

Mohegan Gaming and Entertainment Q1 2020 results boosted by Canadian ops

Mohegan Gaming and Entertainment Canada
Casino Niagara and Fallsview Casino Resort generated $85m in net revenues during the quarter, helping lift Mohegan Gaming and Entertainment’s Q1 2020 net revenue by nearly 25 percent.

Mohegan Gaming hold off on South Korea casino ceremony

mohegan south korea
  Mohegan Gaming and Entertainment’s chairman Kevin Brown has confirmed that the planned mid-November groundbreaking ceremony of the $1.6bn first phase of the company’s Inspire integrated resort in Incheon was “not happening” and that the company was “retargeting for next spring”.   Despite this, Brown stated that political uncertainty was not to blame for the company’s decision to delay the groundbreaking on...

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