Gaming company and supplier Sportech has announced it will start seeking offers for the company, following a comprehensive review of the business and its capital structure.

Former Macau lawmaker Chan Meng Kam has been revealed as the buyer of the group which owns and operates Hotel Lan Kwai Fong in Macau, according to a filing from China Star Entertainment Ltd. on Tuesday.

The A$11 billion (US$8.9 billion) merger between Tabcorp and Tatts is looking more likely to be delayed after the Competition Tribunal set an October 24 to 25 date for the merger rehearing.

Gaming supplier Scientific Games Corp has announced it is set to buy Canada’s NYX Gaming Group for around CA$775 million (US$627.7 million).

The A$11 billion (US$8.9 billion) merger between Australia’s Tabcorp and Tatts Group hit a rather large snag on Wednesday after the federal court ruled that the decision be sent back to the Australian Competition Tribunal (ACT).

Casino operator Genting Singapore has announced it has dissolved and liquidated its subsidiary in Korea, Claremont Co. Ltd.

The Mainland Chinese government has formally laid down new rules on overseas investments, restricting investment in property, hotels, entertainment, sports clubs and film industries.

A substantial shareholder of Amax International Holdings has questioned the casino investor about its recent acquisition of AR/VR technology business, Explicitly Grand Investment Ltd in July.

Lottery service provider AGTech Holdings Ltd, saw a 29.4 percent decline in revenue for the first half of 2017, mainly due to the reduced sales of lottery hardware products.

Australia’s booming sports betting industry is still seen as being attractive to foreign investors despite the merger of local incumbents Tatts and Tabcorp, which are now expected to dominate the market.

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