Monday, April 22, 2019

Sands may have paid $96m to settle Macau dispute: report

Las Vegas Sands may have paid $96 million to settle a long-running legal case with Hong Kong businessman Richard Suen over his services to the company in Macau, the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.

Outgoing Hokkaido governor promotes IR to successor

Outgoing Hokkaido governor promotes IR to successor

No smoking business consortium launched in Tokyo

Backed by Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike and the Tokyo Medical Association, the "No Smoking Promotion Business Consortium” was launched on Thursday as the latest effort to bring Japan’s public policies on smoking in line with most other advanced nations.

Sands’ Goldstein: “Our commitment to Japan is immense”

Las Vegas Sands President and Chief Operating Officer Robert Goldstein spoke enthusiastically about his companies prospects and plans in Japan on an investor call on Wednesday.

Squeeze Baccarat is now available at SA Gaming

"Squeeze Baccarat" has officially landed on SA Gaming's lobby, allowing players to squeeze their cards to enjoy an immersive...

Jefferies initiates coverage on Macau gaming sector, is optimistic

Tax cuts in China, credit easing and China’s migrant salary ‘hump’ will be the next drivers of Macau gaming...

Mass table revenues boost Sands China earnings in 19Q1

Record mass table revenues helped to boost total net revenue for Sands China, increasing 8 percent year-on-year to $2.3...

Galaxy Entertainment bringing Manchester City Football Club to Japan

Macau-based IR operator Galaxy Entertainment announced on Wednesday that they will sponsor the annual “EuroJapan Cup” for two consecutive...

Of silver linings and inconvenient truths: Singapore casino expansion

Singapore’s two integrated resorts will cast a longer reflection on the island state but new shadows cloud the horizon across the southern shoreline.

How casinos are getting creative in retaining staff

With an increasing number of casinos emerging throughout Asia, the industry is becoming a popular career choice for ambitious individuals from across the region.


Meet the featured guests at the Gaming Reunion

The Asia Gaming Tree Reunion Dinner is pleased to introduce some of the featured guests who will be joining us in Macau on May 22 to share their experiences in Asia’s gaming industry. We are delighted to have Danilo Cuneta, Earle Hall...

Innovation takes the lead

Over recent years, the market demand of Electronic Gaming Machines (EGMs) in Macau has been growing steadily. Revenue from slot machines have increased by...

ASEAN Gaming Summit proves another smashing success in Manila

ASEAN Gaming Summit held its third edition of the conference in Manila on 19-21 March 2019 in Manila. The event was billed as the most...

A star is born – Bao Ni Fa Link

The Bao Ni Fa Link is a new progressive jackpot that follows the success of its popular predecessor in Asia. Featuring exciting bonuses and...

Asia Gaming Tree Reunion

The Asian gaming industry is set to celebrate another year of stellar growth with the Asia Gaming Tree Reunion Dinner, set for 22nd May 2019 in Macau at Bene - Sheraton Macao Hotel, Sands Cotai Central.