Recently, Aruze Gaming Global announced an expansion to 160 jurisdictions, up from 76 in August of last year. The company has secured license approvals in both Macau and the Philippines. It is targeting further expansion in Malaysia, Cambodia, and Vietnam through new offices and distributorships.

The company received approvals in Asia from Macau’s Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau. They also received approvals from PAGCOR (Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp.), the country’s gaming regulator.
The group has also received approval in the United States, specifically in Pennsylvania and Virginia. Additionally, they have received approval in the Canadian regions of Saskatchewan and Nova Scotia. This is alongside dozens more that are in process.
Aruze Gaming Global also announced plans to establish offices and distributorships in the Netherlands, Malaysia, the Philippines, Cambodia, and Vietnam. It stated that this aims to further extend that international reach of the group.
In connection with the approvals, Kelcey Allison, Global Chief Operating Officer for Aruze Gaming Global, noted that the timing for the new gaming licenses could not be better. Several new titles have recently been released, performing at 2 to 3 times the house average. This provides them with amazing new content for both existing and newly accessible markets.
Betty Zhao, SVP of International Operations, furthered the group’s excitement on the announcement. She noted that their explosive growth and high-performing new content are fueling a lot of excitement with their new customers.
In early June, Aruze Gaming Global participated in the 2024 G2E (Global Gaming Expo) Asia conference and trade show.
The company’s standalone progressive product Gong Gong Lai Fu on the Muso Curve-55HB cabinet has been the key offering on display at the event. Ms. Zhao told GGRAsia that they plan to introduce the game to the Macau and Philippines markets within this year.