Australia

Australia’s bookmaking industry is expected to see a more restrictive regulatory regime when it comes to online gambling.

BMM Testlabs, a gaming testing laboratory and technical consultancy, is exhibiting at the Australian Gaming Expo.

Crown Resorts is planning to roll out a new suite of skill-based electronic games with a Melbourne-based joint venture partner.

Scientific Games Corporation will showcase a host of innovative games and products for gaming and lottery operators at the Australasian Gaming Expo.

The Gaming Technologies Association, owner and operator of the Australasian Gaming Expo (AGE) advised today that the event build starts this week.

Australian wagering giant, Tabcorp swung to a loss of A$20.8 million ($16.5 million) in the year ending June 30, hurt by the costs of its merger with rival Tatts and legal costs.

Crown Entertainment’s full year profit fell more than 15 percent in the year to end June, hurt by a plunge of nearly 50 percent in VIP program play following the arrest of 18 of its employees last year in China.

Hong Kong billionaire Tony Fung may win out after the Queensland government rejected a planned $3 billion project from the ASF Consortium last week.

Almost 200,000 people in Australia suffer from problem gambling, according to figures from the The Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia survey (HILDA).

The Queensland Government has rejected the ASF Consortium-proposed integrated resort development at the Southport Spit.

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