Macau’s six concessionaires may soon be required to place more locals into managerial positions, following the latest plans from Macau’s Labor Affairs Bureau.
Chinese visitors to South Korea rebounded in December 2016, up 15.1 percent year-on-year, according to data from the Korea Tourism Organization (KTO).
An increasing number of Koreans are turning to lotteries, casinos and other speculative games despite the economic slump.
The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) on Tuesday officially launched its expanded Small Town Lottery (STL) in an effort to stamp out illegal gambling.
Vietnam’s move to allow locals to gamble should not have a significant impact on casinos in Cambodia, says Ros Phirun, deputy director-general of the Finance Ministry of Cambodia.
Beijing has launched an all new internet censorship offensive, with a focus on unauthorized connections including virtual private network (VPN) services.
The Philippines Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) has disclosed that Jack Lam owes the regulator around P13.9 billion (US$278.3 million).
Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau director, Paulo Martins Chan says he plans to authorize “slightly more than 120” licenses for VIP gaming promoters in 2017.
Genting Hong Kong Ltd. says it expects to record a consolidated net loss of US$500-550 million for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016, according to a filing on Monday.