Caesars Entertainment announced its intention to become one of the few operators who will receive permission to build a casino in Japan. The authorities recently legalized the casino industry, but are still working on a final law on integrated resorts.
Last week during a press conference, President for International Development in Caesars Steven Tate confirmed that the company is in no hurry with the final choice of location, and Okinawa is one of the possible options.
"It would be wonderful if the local authorities supported the idea of building an integrated resort, so that Okinawa became an even more popular tourist destination" - said Tate.
He also added that the company would like to control decisions related to servicing the guests, but will accept the right of Japanese investors to satisfy their own interests.
Earlier it was reported that the company Caesars Entertainment was accused of giving bribes to Japanese politicians.