Audio Interviews

PCG Entertainment

30 Sep 2015 | by: Patricia Miller

Today I caught I caught up with Nick Bryant CEO of PCG Entertainment which produces gaming software and distribution within Asia. The company offers a gateway for western investors to enter into the biggest gambling & gaming industry in the world. PCGE offers access to fully sanctioned legal gaming and poker tournaments.

The company prides itself on its attention to detail and transparency with the aim team running the rule over the company twice through its suspension, RTO then readmission. This revenue streaming business looks on the cusp of profitability should you wish to cast an eye over the recent results.

  • Strong western board supported by Richard Poulden as Dept. Chairman
  • Profit visibility from recent update which will be followed up in 2 months time
  • Clear transparency in working criteria with a view to compliment Asian culture
  • $20bn market size with a playing scale dwarfing the west / European markets
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