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DICJ to ensure casino compliance with health measures

Macau’s gaming regulator (DICJ) has intensified its inspections in all casinos in Macau to ensure epidemic prevention measures are in place and being followed.

Macau’s DICJ swears in 14 senior staff in regulatory reorganisation

The Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ) has sworn in 14 senior personnel as part of a bid to strengthen Macau's oversight of its gambling industry.

Grand Lisboa Palace bookings open, DICJ confirms 150 new tables

Macau's Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau, or DICJ, has confirmed to Asia Gaming Brief that the watchdog has granted 150 new-to-market gaming tables for SJM's new flagship property the Grand Lisboa Palace.

Macau swears in Lio Chi Chong as DICJ deputy

Long-time Macau civil servant, Lio Chi Chong, has been sworn in as deputy director of the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau. His prior positions included a stint in the judiciary police. 

Lio Chi Chong appointed DICJ deputy director

Lio Chi Chong has been appointed as the new Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ) Deputy Director for a one year term, starting on February 3, 2021.

DICJ deputy director steps down, resumes advisory role

The Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ) says its deputy director Leong Man Ion will step down from Jan. 7th at his own request. He will return to his prior position as a DICJ senior technical advisor.

Macau evaluating online gambling, DICJ head says

Macau authorities are studying whether to allow online gambling to help recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic, Gaming Inspection and Co-ordination Bureau (DICJ) Director, Adriano Ho, said in a written response to a question from a legislator. 

Macau gov’t maintains junket cap at 50 licensees in 2025

The Macau government has decided to keep the cap on licensed gaming promoters at 50 for the year 2025, according to information from the city's Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ).

Macau gaming revenue starts weak in July: Brokerages

The Macau gaming industry has registered a weak start in July, performing below historical seasonality, according to investment banks UBS and Citigroup.

China cracks down on illicit money exchanges, 1,924 changers seized in Macau

Macau’s Judiciary Police seized 1,924 money changers between January and May this year, who face bans from entering Macau.