RGB working on “remote gaming solutions” in 2020

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Gaming supplier RGB International Bhd says it has been working on remote gaming solutions for land-based casinos to bolster revenues following emergence of the covid-19 pandemic. 

In a 2020 annual report, RGB said that work on developing the new business model involves conducting test simulations for remote gaming solutions.

“RGB is exploring the opportunity to venture within the area of remote gaming solutions as part of our business expansion and an alternative for land-based gaming operators.”

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