Online gaming services company Lasseters Corp. reported a loss of $80,750 for the financial year ended June 30, compared to a profit of $315,330 in 2014.
Australia-based Lasseters, which provides online versions of casino games, including roulette and blackjack, said the profit difference was mainly due to the gains the company made in 2014 from the disposal of subsidiaries.
The company’s revenue dropped 100 percent during the period to $249,000.
Kings Knight Capital, which is backed by a Taiwan businessman with experience in Macau’s VIP sector, has offered to buy Lasseters Corp., with the aim of finding new business opportunities for the company in Cambodia.
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