The Tokyo-listed firm Pixel Companyz has announced its entry into the Japan IR race, unveiling an alliance with French casino operator Groupe Partouche.
Although the company statement gave no information about the jurisdiction that it was interested in, Partouche had been exploring the possibility of a joint IR bid with Oshidori International in Nagasaki, and most likely this is the candidate site they are focused on.
The statement declared, “The inclusion of Groupe Partouche contributes another extraordinary aspect to Pixel’s Japan IR consortium, which aims to incorporate aspects of Japanese, Asian, and European culture into a unique and symbolic IR facility. Groupe Partouche brings nearly fifty years of extensive casino business experience in the competitive European gaming market and is also known to progressively introduce new technology and data analysis methods to their operations.”
Also expected to be part of the consortium is TTL Resorts, which is said to possess wide-ranging experience in data analysis and investment aspects of the gaming industry.
Pixel Companyz was established in 1986 and is engaged in a variety of businesses such as gaming, esports, fintech, solar power facilities, and resort development.
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