The Detin Group, owned by Delta Corp. Limited, is India’s largest gaming company as well as the owners of India’s largest casino integrated resort. The Deltin Group and the Everest Hospitality and Hotel Pvt. Ltd.(Nepalese Company) recently came to an agreement to launch their first International Casino at the upcoming Marriott Hotel in Kathmandu, which is expected to be operational by June 2021.
Delta Corp., having made an announcement at the stock exchange last month, stated that they have received a license to control and operate a casino at the Marriott Hotel in Kathmandu.
The company hopes that the opening of the casino will help boost the casino-tourism scene in Nepal. In addition to this, the casino will also contribute to the ‘Visit Nepal Year 2020 Program’. This program has been initiated by the government of Nepal for the growth and development of the tourism industry of the Himalayan nation.
The casino has already taken about 250 natives of the region as employees, who have been training for 6 months to meet the service standards of the casino, as reported by BW Hotelier. This endeavour puts Deltin in a position to escalate the level of extravagant gaming experience, hospitality and entertainment in the beautiful country of Nepal.
Manish J. Adnani, the business head of poker at Delta Corp. Ltd., has already taken to the internet and social media sites in order to celebrate the initiation of this exciting venture.
Anil Malani, the President and CEO of Deltin Group has talked about what they are looking to achieve through this venture. He said, “We believe that compliance and ethics are important aspects of our business and we are happy to join hands with Everest Hospitality and Hotel Pvt. Ltd owners of the Marriott Hotel, as both these companies maintain a common interest when it comes to the values of professionalism and excellence in service. The shared values and an inclined vision reassures that our business is safe hands here in Nepal.”
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