At Nightshade Studios, we have formed strategic partnerships with some of the most prominent global entertainment and gaming brands in Macau, Philippines, and Korea. We primarily function as facilitators for the entertainment companies and casinos. In our role, they rely on us to bring them high-end clientele to fill their VIP gaming through unique incentives such as offering clienteles free accommodations, travel and other generous perks that they can’t resist.
Nightshade Studios entered into the online gaming industry by partnering with well-established online gaming company Qian Xi Entertainment. Qian Xi Entertainment is well-known for developing the most engaging and avant-garde games in the industry, and we couldn’t wait to bring that experience to our clients. Through this partnership, our clients can now experience the thrill of online gaming to its fullest at a competitive rate.
The Seven Luck Casino – Gangnam COEX is a Korean-style casino with an oriental atmosphere and state-of-the-art facilities. A total area of 6093.57㎡ houses 82 table games and 121 of the latest machine games. You can enjoy a great variety of gaming options such as Blackjack, Baccarat, Tai-sai, Roulette, Caribbean Poker and slot machines. With its convenient location in the central Gangnam area, the casino also makes for an ideal place to sightsee and shop.
Solaire Resort & Casino is a resort and casino in Entertainment City, a massive complex built along the Bay City area of Parañaque, in Metro Manila, Philippines by way of a proclamation for tourism by H.E. President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo. The complex, which includes a five-star hotel with a total of 800 guest rooms, suites and villas. Solaire Resort and Casino is the first of 4 casino resorts to open in the area, and was opened on March 16, 2013, and is currently the tallest hotel in the Manila Bay area outside the City of Manila—a distinction previously held by Sofitel Philippine Plaza
City of Dreams, widely known as CoD or CoD Macau in the industry, is in the style of a podium, with four towers: namely The Countdown (Former Hard Rock Hotel), Crown Towers Hotel, and the Grand Hyatt Macau (2 towers). A 47-story luxury apartment block is planned for a later phase of development. Its three-floor podium includes a mega-casino, over 200 shopping facilities and hotel guest facilities. City of Dreams has 420,000 square feet of gaming space with 450 gaming tables and 1514 machines.