"Azov-City" gaming zone

Azov-City gaming zone

Azov-City is the largest operating gaming zone in Russia. It is located in the Krasnodar Region. Currently its territory features three casinos (Oracle, Nirvana and Shambhala), and a number of hotels.

However, in accordance with the government's decree, Azov-City should be liquidated before December 31, 2018. Such a decision was made because of the creation of a new gaming zone in Sochi, and according to the current legislation only one such site can operate within the boundaries of one subject of the Russian Federation.

Such a situation does not suit businesspeople who invested billions of rubles in the development of Azov-City, so they are going to apply to local and central authorities to protect the gaming zone.

During the Q1 2017, Azov-City was attended by 112 thousand people, but this figure would be higher if the zone was located on the territory with already developed infrastructure. Despite the threat of liquidation, entrepreneurs continue to develop the zone and hope to create a world-class complex.

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