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Share of tourists from ASEAN exceeded pre-COVID, while China lags behind

A study by the ASEAN+3 Macroeconomic Research Office (AMRO) has found that intraregional tourism within ASEAN+3 countries was ‘particularly strong’, except for China, where the recovery of outbound tourism has significantly lagged.

Sumsub takes the lead in gaming fraud protection at ASEAN Gaming Summit 2024

Sumsub, a full-cycle verification platform, proudly announces its sponsorship of ASEAN Gaming Summit 2024, affirming its commitment to helping gaming companies combat fraud amidst the escalating threat of illicit activities in the region. 

Digitain sponsors the ASEAN Gaming Summit 2024

Digitain, a sportsbook and iGaming platform provider, announced on Tuesday its sponsorship of the ASEAN Gaming Summit 2024, to be held from March 19th to 21st in Manila, the Philippines.
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The Star situation “unimaginable”, CNY boosts Macau but not ASEAN: Ben Lee

The news that Australia’s The Star Entertainment is facing a second inquiry into whether its Sydney property can hold a casino license is “unimaginable”, considering the recent negotiations over duty rates, says expert Ben Lee.

ASEAN consumer activity to ease amidst economic challenges – S&P

In a recent report titled "ASEAN's Consumer Activity Is Losing Steam," S&P Global Ratings forecasts a gradual slowdown in consumer activity across the ASEAN region in 2024.

ASEAN Gaming Summit marks its return in 2024

Registrations now open for the ASEAN Gaming Summit 2024

ASEAN countries record pronounced recovery in travel and tourism, says study

A study by the ASEAN+3 Macroeconomic Research Office (AMRO) has found that ASEAN countries had a stronger recovery in travel and tourism compared to China, South Korea, and Japan.

ASEAN Gaming Summit to kick off in Manila on March 21st

Asia Gaming Brief, the organizer of regional gaming conference ASEAN Gaming Summit, has confirmed the much-awaited return of its yearly conference on 21st-23rd March, 2023, at the Manila Marriott Hotel, Philippines.

Philippines aims to double tourist numbers in 2023, reaching 5 million

The Philippines is aiming to nearly double the number of tourists it welcomes in 2023, hoping to attract some 5 million foreign visitors.

Your Daily Asia Gaming eBrief: Macau 3Q22 mass at 11 percent of 2019 numbers

DICJ's mass/ VIP splits data for Macau 3Q22 GGR is short of encouraging.