Casinos supporting Indonesian language
Indonesian, also known as Bahasa, is the official language of the Indonesian state and at the same time it’s the standard register in Malay. At its core, Indonesian is an Austronesian language.
Since Indonesia is the fourth largest population in the whole world, you can find more than 43 million people that speak this language at a native level. This makes Indonesian a widely spread language, but at the same time it comes with a Latin based writing system, even though the country has adopted an Indonesian Braille style as well.
Aside from being fluent in the mother tongue, most Indonesians are also fluent in one of the regional languages such as Sundanese, Madurese and Javanese, among others.
An interesting fact when it comes to Indonesian is that there isn't a grammatical gender so to speak, instead of the time speakers will use only the natural gender, but there are of course a few exceptions from this rule.
In regards to the writing system, Indonesian uses Latin, even though it still does use the Dutch spelling system to some degree.