11 casinos to open in Primoyre by 2023, says official Asia Gaming Brief · November 19, 2019 at 5:56 am There will be at least 11 casino hotels built in the Primorye Gambling Zone in Russia’s Far East by 2023, so said acting regional vice governor Konstantin Shestakov during his recent visit to the zone. The total amount of investments under the existing agreements is RUB 78.5 billion ($1.2 billion). The project participants are seven companies from Hong Kong, China, the Kingdom of Cambodia, Russia and South Korea. By the end of next year, at least three of these will be operating, he said. “We have entered the final stage of constructing two new entertainment complexes with casinos in the gambling zone. An investor from Cambodia is completing an 11-story hotel with a casino and a concert hall, while a Russian investor, Shambhala CJSC, will launch its casino tentatively in March 2020. Workers are already finishing the building,” he said.