Singapore

Singapore-based e-sports company Titan, is near closing due to financial difficulties. The professional gaming organization, which was home to several top professional e-sports teams, including CS:GO and Smite, made the announcement on its website on Jan. 13.

Genting Singapore is likely to have a “somewhat better” 2016 after a disappointing 2015 when shares fell 29 percent, says Japan-based brokerage house, Nomura.

A Singaporean man was charged over the weekend for the possession and use of counterfeit casino chips, which were allegedly used at the Marina Bay Sands.

Governments from Singapore to New Zealand are concerned about their citizens betting offshore and are looking for ways to recapture, or replace, tax revenue and income for racing clubs and sporting bodies.

 

 

Governments from Singapore to New Zealand are concerned about their citizens betting offshore and are looking for ways to recapture, or replace, tax revenue and income for racing clubs and sporting bodies.

 



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The outlook for the gaming industries in Singapore and Malaysia remains stable despite challenging economic conditions, Fitch Ratings says in a report.

Las Vegas Sands’ Singapore operation will see modest but consistent growth over the next few years, Forbes reports.

Singapore police said that 51-year-old Tan, also known as Tan Seet Eng was re-arrested on Tuesday Dec. 1, for “involvement in criminal activities.”, he was released only a week earlier when the high court found him to be held unlawfully.

Las Vegas Sands’ Singapore unit delivered a healthy set of Q3 results, showing the market it was resilient to the downturn in China VIPs and lending weight to the view the market may have bottomed out in the first half. 

Genting Singapore reported weaker-than-anticipated results in 15Q3 as it lost market share to rival Marina Bay Sands.

The emergence of skill-based slots and a better understanding of how to tailor machines to local markets is presenting manufacturers and operators with the opportunity to challenge the dominance of the table game in Asian casinos and attract a new type of player.

In a region traditionally dominated by table games there are signs that a new generation of slots can make an impact, as long as suppliers understand how to take a tailored approach

The emergence of skill-based slots and a better understanding of how to tailor machines to local markets is presenting manufacturers and operators with the opportunity to challenge the dominance of the table game in Asian casinos and attract a new type of player.



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