Monday, August 26, 2019

Online crackdown no impact on property business: Megaworld

Megaworld Corp, one of the Philippines’ largest office lessors, says the online gaming crackdown will not have any impact...

No Chinese firms in POGOs: Pagcor

Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp (PAGCOR) on Friday assured lawmakers that there are no Chinese firms operating in Philippine...

Landing appoints three new independent directors

Landing International has announced the appointment of three independent non-executive directors, effective Friday, 23 August.  The appointments include Ms. Wang...

Nisaka restates confidence in Wakayama IR bid

Governor Yoshinobu Nisaka purports to being unshaken by Yokohama’s entry into the IR race, despite the fact that it...

Panjim MLA reassures offshore casinos removal

With the deadline to moving Goa’s offshore casinos coming up, MLA Atanasio Monserrate has reiterated his promise to relocate...

MGM 2020 EBITDA target too ambitious: Bernstein

Measures enacted as part of MGM Resorts’ “MGM 2020 Plan” will lead to an improvement in EBITDA, but is...

Paradise Ent profit falls 9.6% in 19H1

Paradise Entertainment Limited saw its profits fall 9.6 percent year-on-year to HK$23.8 million (US$3 million) in the first half...

Duterte lifts suspension on STL, with conditions

President Rodrigo Duterte has lifted the suspension on small town lottery (STL) operations but has set out conditions for...

Winning décor 

Bill Friedman’s book, ‘Designing Casinos to Dominate the Competition,’ used to be the final word in casino design in the early 2000s, with a dominating principle that the gambling equipment as decor beats “impressive and memorable decorations.”

Policy delays give late movers a fighting chance

The Abe government's decision to drag its feet on more detailed regulations governing the IR industry and to delay the establishment of the Casino Management Board may exercise an effect on which local governments get licensed and which IR operators are selected.

 

Sihanoukville

Cambodia stops issuing online gambling licenses

Cambodia will no longer issue licenses to online gambling businesses, and all existing licenses will not be renewed when they are expired, the Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen said in a directive on Sunday, Xinhua reports.

Stay tuned for upcoming AGB events

It's an exciting year for Asia Gaming Brief, with three upcoming events aimed at exploring the most lucrative opportunities in the Asia gaming industry...

AGB receives government endorsement for Mekong Gaming Summit

Asia Gaming Brief is delighted to announce that it has received official endorsement from H.E. Academician General Aun Pornmoniroth, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of...

Offering table games and more

Table game technology has come a very long way from the days of the “dumb table”. As operators and their customers become more demanding,...

Mekong Gaming Summit 2019

Due to take place at the Sofitel in Phnom Penh from 10-11 September 2019, the Mekong Gaming Summit 2019 will gather operators, regulators, ministers,...

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