10, Jan, 2017

Nearly 300 workers held a demonstration on Monday, demanding an increase in wages from Macau’s six major gaming operators.

10, Jan, 2017

Over the years, G2E Asia has gained a high reputation from Macau government, regulators, casino operators and suppliers in Asia.

09, Jan, 2017

SJM Holdings executive director Angela Leong doesn’t believe the opening of casinos in Japan will have a strong effect on Macau.

09, Jan, 2017

Melco Crown’s latest leadership appointments represent a “significant change” in its operational organizational structure, said Bernstein in a note on Monday.

09, Jan, 2017

Macau has posted a particularly strong start to the new year, reporting a ADR of MOP 715 million, a 31 percent increase over December’s ADR, said Bernstein in a note on Monday.

08, Jan, 2017

Melco Crown Entertainment Ltd. has announced a number of new appointments to its leadership team, including chief marketing and brand officer Mr Frederic Winckler, said the operator in a recent press release.

06, Jan, 2017

Macau’s Judiciary Police (PJ) have arrested 23 suspects for their alleged involvement in the use of illegally-modified UnionPay card payment terminals which allows clients to withdraw cash.

05, Jan, 2017

For 2017 the Macau market will continue to stabilize and grow, but the operators will have to work harder to get the players to come back. The future looks good with regards to the general mass player but the VIP’s will be careful in how, where and what they play.

05, Jan, 2017

Regulators and policymakers alike will come under increasing pressure to address issues such as the integrity of sports betting, whether social gaming should be regulated, what prescriptive standards and requirements should be set aside in favour of risk-based regulatory oversight, and how emerging technologies like virtual reality games should be evaluated for suitability to be offered as gambling propositions.

05, Jan, 2017

Looking forward to 2017, the picture is less than clear. With the recent detention and arrests of Crown’s staff in China, all but one of the operators in Macau have ceased their direct marketing efforts across the border.

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