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Hornbuckle not concerned about Beijing-imposed video gaming curbs

MGM Resorts CEO Bill Hornbuckle said that the company has received “zero direct signal” that the restrictions imposed in China’s video games industry could make their way to Macau’s gambling industry in the same way. 

MGM’s Hornbuckle sees prospect of only two Japan IRs

MGM President and CEO Bill Hornbuckle told the Bernstein Annual Strategic Decisions Conference on Friday that, in his estimation, only two IRs are likely to be built in Japan’s first round of development, not the maximum three that the legislation allows for.

Bill Hornbuckle

Bill Hornbuckle is CEO and President of MGM Resorts International.

Hornbuckle expects Macau to be in good position in 12 months

MGM Resorts president and CEO Bill Hornbuckle says he is hopeful that the company’s operations in Macau will be in a good position in around 12 months' time, despite a slower-than-desired recovery compared to their home market of Las Vegas. 

Hornbuckle confirmed as MGM International president and CEO

MGM International has announced that William Hornbuckle has become the firm’s new president and CEO, effective immediately. He had previously been holding these offices in...

MGM’s Murren to be replaced by Bill Hornbuckle, Paul Salem

MGM Resorts International has announced the appointment Bill Hornbuckle, previously COO and president, as acting Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and President, replacing outgoing Chairman...

MGM puts Mirage on the block to reduce exposure to Las Vegas

MGM Resorts has put its iconic The Mirage casino in Las Vegas up for sale to reduce its exposure to Las Vegas after buying the Cosmopolitan and 50 percent of City Center earlier this year.

Japan election results cement MGM/Orix IR license chances

The outcome of the Japan national elections is positive news for the country's IR industry and in particular for the changes of the MGM Resorts/Orix consortium in Osaka after surprise gains by the Ishin To Party.

Draftkings drops $22b offer for U.K.’s Entain

DraftKings is dropping its $22 billion takeover offer for U.K.-listed Entain, saying it's confident it will have success in going it alone in the U.S. market.

Your Daily Asia Gaming eBrief: Macau needs to shift from its zero-covid policy: Tash

Macau and Mainland China remain the only regions in Asia-Pacific sticking to their Zero-Covid policy.