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NagaCorp Russia scheme might open summer 2021

Casino operator NagaCorp Ltd said in its 2019 annual report that its scheme in the Russian Far East was likely to open in the second half of 2021.

“We anticipate that our Vladivostok project will open in summer 2021,” said Tim McNally, chairman of the Hong Kong-listed firm, in his foreword to the report. He was referring to the scheme in the Primorye Integrated Entertainment Zone in Primorsky Krai, near the Russian Pacific port of Vladivostok

NagaCorp’s main business is a casino monopoly for the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh.

In November last year, Mr McNally told GGRAsia the estimated timing for “completion” of the Russia scheme was “towards the end of 2020”.

The chairman observed in his latest remarks in the 2019 report filed in Hong Kong on Friday: “Based on the current state of development, our gaming and resort development project in Vladivostok, Russia remains broadly on schedule.”

“Certain key personnel have been appointed to monitor various aspects of the progress of the project,” Mr McNally added. “The group believes that its strategy to diversify its business geographically and expand into new casino markets will drive revenue growth in the long term.”

The firm’s development agreement with the authorities in Primorksy Krai – a Russian federal territory of which Vladivostok is the capital – was signed in 2013, where it committed to spend at least US$350 million, according to previous commentary to GGRAsia from the firm. The group is currently also committed to spending approximately US$3.5 billion on Naga 3 – an extension to its NagaWorld flagship complex – in its core monopoly market in Phnom Penh.

In February NagaCorp said it remained “confident that even if its financial performance may be impacted” by the current global coronavirus crisis “in the next six months of operations and beyond, the long-term prospects of the company remain good”.


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Posts by Fennec » Tue Oct 20, 2020 11:15 am

NagaCorp moving forwards with $3.5bn Naga 3 expansion in Phnom Penh

While NagaCorp is considering a Japan IR licence bid and is on track to open the first phase of its Russian casino resort Naga Vladivostok in Q2 2020, the company’s primary focus on is the third phase of its NagaWorld property in the Cambodian capital.


Hong Kong-listed casino operator NagaCorp is considering new development opportunities, while the company is pressing forward with the construction of a second casino resort in Russia’s Primorye gaming zone and the third phase of its NagaWorld IR.

NagaCorp is “in a position to take a look” at new opportunities and is considering making a bid for one of Japan’s three new IR licences, the firm’s chairman Tim McNally explained.

Tim McNally, Chairman, NagaCorp
“We’ve been in Japan and in many other places, and while we have to be mindful of our investments, by the same token we have the type of profile now and relationships with financial institutions where we are in a position to take a look at fresh opportunities,” he said.

The company recently participated in the Kyushu-Nagsaki IR Business Connect, a seminar on casino investment which took place in Sasebo in late June.

Speaking at the event, the governor of Nagasaki, Hodo Nakamura, indicated that a 30-hectare (74.1-acre) plot of land at the Huis Ten Bosch amusement park could serve as the site an IR development.

“We’re still very much evaluating in the area for our options and opportunities,” said Adam Steinberg, advisor to NagaCorp’s founder and CEO Chen Lip Keong, clarifying that the company has not yet “started the design process” for its Japan bid. “It’s going to change over time,” he added.

Alongside this, McNally reported that construction of the firm’s Russian IR, Naga Vladivostok, in the Primorsky Krai Integrated Entertainment Zone “is moving at a good pace right now” and is on track for a 2020 opening.

“The date we are talking about now is approximately the second quarter next year,” he stated. “It’s a new challenge, a different experience in terms of operating environment but we’ll have a similar approach as we did in Cambodia.”

The first phase of the property will feature a 279-room hotel, a casino, and a 21,500 sq ft multi-purpose space, while plans for phase II include an outdoor pool and water park.

However, NagaCorp’s primary focus is currently the third development phase of its NagaWorld casino resort in Phnom Penh.

The company holds a 70-year licence for land-based casino gaming in the Cambodian capital until 2065, along with a 41-year gaming monopoly – due to end in 2035 – for activities within a 200km (124-mi) radius of the city.

“Our monopoly as it currently exists goes to 2035. We have an appreciation for the time that we have, and we need to maximise our opportunity,” McNally affirmed. “The decision for Naga 3 is tied to maximising our monopoly licence but also to what we’ve seen evolve and develop in the country.”

This April, NagaCorp said it expected to invest $3.5bn in Naga 3, which will see the addition of 4,720 hotel rooms to the complex, along up to 800 gaming tables, and 2,500 electronic gaming machines.

Chen has reportedly stated that he will fund around half of the cost of Naga 3, which will also feature an indoor “digital theme park” and meetings and conventions space.

“The basic framework is done for the financing of Naga 3,” McNally confirmed. “We’re pretty confident that this decision is going to serve us well. It demonstrates a lot of confidence and commitment from Dr Chen both in the company and our growth potential.”

In the 2018 financial year, NagaCorp posted a 53 percent increase in net profit, which rose to $390.6m. The growth was powered by a 55 percent jump in GGR which increased to around $1.43bn, the company reported in February.

Commenting on the figures, Union Gaming’s Grant Govertsen identified Naga-Corp as last year’s best performing gaming stock, adding that the company has “numerous growth levers in hand” for 2019.




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Posts by Fennec » Sat Oct 24, 2020 9:18 am

Rightsizing Cambodia’s casino industry post-Covid 19

By Adam Steinberg -October 16, 2020

Through government action and a cultural norm of wearing face masks when ill, Cambodia has seen few get sick during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the World Health Organization, Cambodia has 275 COVID cases and zero COVID-related deaths as of the last week of September.

However, the pandemic has had an impact on Cambodia’s economy. Cambodia has been one of the fastest growing economies in the world, with annual GDP growth between 6 percent and 7.5 percent since 2009. But the Asian Development Bank estimates GDP will contract 5.5 percent in 2020; reversing gains made in combating poverty.

In 2008, 47.8 percent of the population lived below the poverty line, declining to 12.9 percent by 2018. The Asian Development Bank estimates the contraction will push around 20 percent of the population below the line in 2020.

The decision to close the country’s casinos limited COVID’s spread but impacted the economy because tourism is one of two important industries driving Cambodia’s economy. A reinvigorated Cambodian casino industry could drive a recovery in Cambodia’s fight against poverty.

However, casino industry investment has to mature to bring real gains to the Kingdom. The casino industry in Cambodia has been self-regulated consisting of NagaWorld and a couple of other regional resorts, including Donaco’s Star Vegas Resort and Club, while the remainder of the country’s over 190 casinos are no-frills properties for the hard-core gamer. Many of those properties were created to profit from online, live table gaming, but the Kingdom’s decision to ban such operations in January 2020 resulted in many properties closing.

Because the industry doesn’t report gross gaming revenue (GGR), the actual GGR is unknown, but based on public reports, property visits and conversations with operators and suppliers it is estimated that NagaWorld generates more than half of Cambodia’s GGR.

There are a number of elements that make Cambodia an attractive market for casino operators, including relatively low costs to operate and a young motivated workforce, but, we believe there are four factors that should make operators confident to invest in Cambodia’s casino industry:

- The NagaWorld success story: the property in Phnom Penh is an entertainment destination with international 5-star quality hotel rooms, numerous F&B options, live entertainment and retail. The company achieved peak market capitalization of over $8 billion in November 2019, before COVID-driven market declines. Since its IPO, the company has paid more than $1.2 billion in dividends.
- The Law on Management of Integrated Resorts and Commercial Gambling: establishment of a regulatory oversight function will provide comfort to international operators, lenders and investors to invest in Cambodia. Additionally, the tax rate (7 percent on mass market GGR; 4 percent on junket GGR) is low relative to other Asian markets; thus, providing an investment incentive.
- China’s Ministry of Culture and Tourism blacklist of overseas tourist destinations: the Ministry statement highlighted those countries on the blacklist are “endangering the personal and property safety of Chinese citizens.” From our experience, we find Cambodia to be a relatively safe country to visit, while the larger resorts employ safety measures that we did not experience visiting some of the no-frills gaming centers.
- Increasing foreign direct investment (“FDI”): Cambodia was one of four ASEAN nations to achieve record FDI in 2019, leading to increases in the expat community and business-related visits. The casino is a secondary reason to visit Cambodia, while close government relations will also protect Cambodia from China’s blacklist.

Based on the above noted qualities, the gaming industry in Cambodia should develop fewer, but larger resorts, with suitable non-gaming amenities for the expected growth in tourism. The Cambodian Ministry of Tourism estimates international visitation will reach 12 million visitors by 2025, up from 6 million visitors in 2018.

Built correctly, the casino industry is positive for a market, bringing skilled, high paying jobs and direct and indirect benefits for local small businesses. From Naga’s 2019 annual report, we note 94 percent of the company’s over 8,600 employees are Cambodian and wages are higher than the national average with a shorter work week and other benefits. The company contributed approximately 1.2 percent to Cambodia’s national GDP.

The difference between Naga and, to a lesser extent, Star Vegas, from the other casino properties in the country is the investment in non-gaming amenities such as restaurants, nightclubs, retail and luxury hotel rooms. The benefits of these investments are longer stays by property patrons and enhanced safety for international visitors from China and other southeast Asian nations, such as Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.

In the absence of a potential COVID vaccine, social distancing guidelines will reduce the potential profitability of a casino property, but these other amenities are an added inducement to visit and will offset lost revenue from fewer gaming positions.

The size and scale of such investment will be dependent upon total casino licenses issued and the ease with which international travelers can get to the destination. Phnom Penh is the capital and home to the largest airport; thus, investment in this market will be larger than investment in other cities. Nonetheless, international integrated resort developers can generate sufficient ROI to justify investing in Cambodia.


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Posts by Fennec » Mon Nov 16, 2020 1:51 pm

NagaCorp gets land near Angkor Wat, plans non-gaming IR

Nov 16, 2020

Casino investor NagaCorp Ltd says the group has been granted a 50-year lease on a plot of land “about 500 metres [0.31 miles] south of” the restricted zone of Angkor Wat (pictured), in Siem Reap, Cambodia. The company plans to develop a non-gaming integrated resort (IR), with the first phase expected to open in 2025 at a cost of US$350 million, according to a Sunday filing.

The Hong Kong-listed firm said construction of the resort in Siem Reap – provisionally called Angkor Lake of Wonder – would be done in phases. The development plan involves hotels, a water theme park, indoor hi-tech theme parks, water cruise attractions, space for meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions (MICE), cultural attractions and food streets, it said.

It added: “The initial phase shall be completed by approximately 2025 and shall cost approximately US$350 million.”

The first phase would feature two hotels, one with 500 rooms for the mass market and the other with 200 rooms with MICE facilities. It will also offer a water theme park; shops; food streets; and an indoor interactive hi-tech theme park.

The land has a total area of 75 hectares (187.5 acres), with a seven-year, rent-free period, subject to a further mutually-agreed extension of another three years. Once the rent-free period expires, the company will pay an initial lease rental of US$0.60 per square metre every year with an increase of 5 percent every five years.

The Hong Kong-listed firm runs the NagaWorld casino complex in Cambodia’s capital, Phnom Penh. It has an exclusive licence to operate casinos in Phnom Penh and its surroundings.

NagaCorp is currently expanding its property in Phnom Penh, with new hotels and gaming space, at a total cost of around US$3.5 billion. The firm is also investing in a casino resort in the Primorksy Krai region, near the Pacific port city of Vladivostok in the far east of Russia.

In Sunday’s filing, NagaCorp said it plans to implement “travel strategies” to connect Siem Reap and Phnom Penh by air, river, and road “to promote the concept of NagaWorld and Angkor Wat as the twin tourism icons of Cambodia”. That includes a proposal to use water planes to create air routes between Tonle Sap Lake in Siem Reap and Mekong River near the NagaWorld property, it said.

A Cambodian government official recently reiterated that casino developments were not permitted in the “area” of Angkor Wat, in Siem Reap. The chairman of NagaCorp told GGRAsia in September that any venture by the firm into the Siem Reap resort market would respect Cambodian government policy on gaming concerning that part of the country.

http://www.ggrasia.com/nagacorp-gets-la ... gaming-ir/



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