Tuesday, April 7, 2020

IPI contractor lawsuit to proceed

A U.S. District Court in the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands has backed a contractor seeking $5.65 million from Imperial Pacific International, declining the company’s petition to dismiss the case.

Macau April GGR trending for 95% drop: Bernstein

Macau’s gross gambling revenue is currently on track to be virtually wiped out in April, with no visibility as to when the situation will improve, according to Bernstein Research.

Russia casinos extend lockdown indefinitely

The casinos in Russia's Primorye and Siberia zones have extended their operational suspensions for an indefinite period of time amid the Covid-19 outbreak.

Singapore to overhaul gambling regulation

Singapore said it will overhaul its gambling regulation to stay ahead of new technological trends and respond to emerging products, though stressed its overall stance would remain “generally prohibitive.”

Macau Q1 suspicious transactions fall

Macau saw a drop in the number of suspicious transactions reported in the first quarter, mainly due to a decline from the gaming sector.

Deltin Group contributes funds for Goa’s battle against Covid-19

The Deltin Group, which operates several casinos in the state, has announced a donation of INR5.1 million (US$67,000) for...

Final public transportation link between Macau and Hong Kong severed

All public transportation links between Macau and Hong Kong are now severed as the bus service over Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau...

Singapore IRs suspending operations until May 4

Both Marina Bay Sands and Resorts World Sentosa have announced they will be suspending operations until May 4 as...

VIP to lead recovery, but no reprieve in the near term

VIP gamers are expected to lead the recovery in Asia, but there is still no clarity as to when...

China tourism – the road to recovery

The good news first: Chinese will remain Chinese. After the number of persons globally suffering from Covid-19 has come...

Covid-19 turns out lights in most of Asia’s casinos

From India to Australia, casinos across the Asia Pacific region have closed their doors in response to efforts to combat the spread of the coronavirus, with little to no visibility at present as to the evolution of the situation.

Primorye project seen moving ahead despite crisis

The Primorsky Krai Development Corp (PKDC), which is responsible for management of the Primorye gaming zone, expects a key project to move ahead in May this year, despite the outbreak of the coronavirus and remains upbeat about the region’s longer-term prospects.

Coronavirus live updates: Singapore IRs suspending operations until May 4

The latest news and updates on the COVID-19 (coronavirus) - with regularly updated information relating to new cases, travel restrictions and other information to...

Futurist to discuss life after COVID-19

Earle Hall, CEO of AXES Network and famed thought leader and futurist, has confirmed his participation in Asia Gaming Brief's all-new Webinar Series, with...

Asia Gaming Brief launches AGB Webinar Series

After months in the making, Asia Gaming Brief is excited to announce the launch of its AGB Webinar Series, with the first installment set...

Australian bushfires hit home for many

Australia, a country that many in our industry call home, has continued to be impacted by devastating bushfires, destroying communities and displacing thousands. In this...

AGB Webinar: After COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic is reshaping the way in which people are doing business and connecting with one another. The first of our Webinar Series will...
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ASEAN Gaming Summit

  The ASEAN Gaming Summit returns on 22-23 September 2020 at the Shangri-La BGC in Manila, the Philippines for its high-anticipated fourth edition. Following popular demand, the three-day...

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