Bloomberry’s Jeju Island Casino Suspends Operations for a Month
Philippine gambling operator Bloomberry Resorts Corporation announced earlier today that its only overseas casino Jeju Sun, on the South Korean Jeju Island, is to be suspended for a period that is one-month. The suspension comes being a penalty imposed by the gambling that is local CRD after a concluded research for the functions for the venue’s previous managing group.
Bloomberry stated in a filing to the philippine stock exchange that the investigation was concerned with the so-called ‘lvegas casino’ gaming tax payment practices, introduced by jeju sun’s previous owners and management wednesday.
The suspension system are effective at the time of Monday, November 16 and it is slated to end on Tuesday, December 15. Bloomberry noticed that the place are quite ready to be relaunched on December 16, appropriate over time for the future breaks tourist top. Jeju Sun is currently being upgraded and will debut new and expanded existing facilities when it reopens doors for visitors.
Bloomberry bought the casino through its South Korean subsidiary Solaire Korea Co. Ltd. The venue was then rebranded Jeju Sun Hotel & Casino.
The gambling operator stated in its filing that resort operations would not be affected during the future one-month casino suspension system. Bloomberry also noted that it uses the one-month period to finish the upgrade and renovation regarding the casino floor and associated facilities, as well as the expansion for the ball space. Continue reading