The potential for new regulation, coupled with favourable foreign investment trends, are creating a strong base for Vietnam’s casino industry.
With the concession expiry deadline looming the government is pushing ahead with its plans fAor a public re-tender for the coveted licenses. Glenn McCartney MBE, Associate Professor of International Integrated Resort Management at the University of Macau, writes that the attention will soon be focused on the request for proposal process and ensuring the pitches are in line with the government’s clearly stated objectives.
Macau's amended gaming law has passed its first reading in the Legislative Assembly, although representatives expressed concern about the future of satellite casinos and their employees.
Crane Co. recorded a full-year operating profit of $502 million, up nearly two-fold from $240 million in 2020, owing to higher volumes, savings from 2021 cost actions, and lower repositioning costs.
Macau's draft gaming bill contained some surprises but overall weren't considered as thesis-changing by analysts at J.P. Morgan, who retain their bullish stance on the stocks.
In what has now become an Asia Gaming Brief tradition, the Focus Section of our December magazine takes a look at the year in review and asks for forecasts on how the year ahead may evolve. In the following articles, you will find those predictions from a selection of leading figures in Asia’s gaming industry.
We’re very excited to finally be able to start preparing for the return of the ASEAN Gaming Summit, which will run on March 21-23, 2022 at Shangri-La At The Fort in Manila, Philippines. This will be an in-person conference aimed at convening Asia’s leading land-based and...