Interblock cements its presence in Vietnam

Electronic table gaming manufacturer Interblock® has announced a deal with Vegas Plaza Grand Plaza Hanoi that will see Interblock’s ETG’s installed in more than sixty seats on their casino floor.

Interblock is the category market leader in Vietnam with more than 90% market share and more than 2500 units installed.

The Interblock product mix consists of one automated Diamond Roulette with eight seats and two Queen Roulette units, while the Interblock Stadium offers one mechanical card generator.

It is first of its kind in the region delivering Baccarat and two automated roulette generators that give players the opportunity to play up to three games at a time from one of twenty seats.

Vegas Plaza (Grand Plaza Hanoi) is located within the 5-star Grand Plaza Hanoi Hotel approximately 25 minutes from Hanoi city centre. The casino boasts 70% of the ETG and EGM market share in Hanoi.

Announcing the agreement, Michael Hu, Interblock VP of Asia said that: “We are thrilled to have contributed to the success of Vegas Plaza. Our sleek and attractive Diamond and Organic ETGs provide a luxurious player experience that uniquely aligns with the casino's atmosphere,”

“This footprint is another significant presence for Interblock in Hanoi, Vietnam.”

Mr. Cha Hyun Ho, Director of Casino Management of Vegas Casino Group said, “Under the Vegas Casino Group, we operate the Caravelle Hotel in Ho Chi Minh City and Grand Plaza in Hanoi. Both properties are the market leader in their respective cities, and Interblock is our sole ETG provider at both properties. We are excited to continue our partnership with Interblock.”


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