Russia: Average check per game at Shambala casino in 2020 was $ 116

The second casino in the Primorye gaming zone, TheShambala Casino, presented an analysis of its guests’ profiles for the first two and a half months of operation, stating that the average check per game in 2020 was 8,439 rubles ($ 116).

In addition to gaming expenses, the guests spent about 1,539 rubles on meals.

Shambala Casino, owned and operated by Shambala NJSC headed by Russian businessman Maxim Smolentsev, opened its doors on October 16, 2020.

The casino complex cost 3.5 billion rubles ($ 45 million) to build and offers players 56,000 square feet play space as well as three restaurants and a theater.

Shambala Casino is the second casino in the area after Tigre de Cristal, which has been operating since November 2015.

According to the site’s report, it attracted an average of 550 guests per day, with more during peak hours, such as 700 on Friday, up from 400 on Monday, with the majority (67%) from Vladivostok. In addition, he reported 3780 visitors from 24 foreign countries, of which 864 were from Asian countries.

Shambhala also reported that there is an upward trend in the number of women coming to casinos, who make up 42% of visitors.

The development of Primorye, which is overseen by the Primorsky Territory Development Corporation, is considered the most promising of the four gambling zones in Russia due to its proximity to the markets of North Asia, China, Japan and Korea… The operator has ambitious plans for at least 12 casino complexes.

The first was opened in 2015, Tigre de Cristal, registered in Hong Kong. The project by Nagacorp, the operator of the NagaWorld complex in Cambodia, will open in 2022.