KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 8): RGB International Bhd jumped as much as 1.5 sen or 11% after The Edge Malaysia business and investment weekly (Edge Weekly) reported RGB would start supplying gaming machines to a casino operator in a North Asian country next year.
The three-year contract is valued at some US$300,000 (RM1.05 million) or US$100,000 a year, Edge Weekly said, quoting sources and RGB's exchange filing.
RGB shares rose to its highest so far today at 15.5 sen before reducing gains.
At 11.18am, RGB was traded at 14.5 sen with some 10 million shares done. The stock was the sixth most active entity across the bourse.
For comparison, the FBM KLCI fell 10.56 points or 0.6%.
According to Edge Weekly, the source said RGB, formerly known as Dreamgate Corp Bhd, would only supply the machines to the casino operator.
The contract will not see RGB maintaining the machines, according to the source.