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Daily Asia Gaming eBrief: Crown Resorts maintains Melbourne casino license

Authorities in the Australian state of Victoria have ruled in favor of Crown Resorts, noting that the operator has overcome its difficulties which led to a royal commission inquiry into its suitability to operate a casino in Melbourne.

VGCCC rules Crown Resorts can keep its Melbourne casino license

Gaming regulators in the Australian state of Victoria have ruled that Crown Resorts is suitable to continue to operate its Melbourne casino, following years of debate over AML breaches.

Crown Resorts clears CEO Ciaran Carruthers of any law breaches, following complaint

Crown Resorts has cleared CEO Ciaran Carruthers of any law breaches, following an internal probe by the company linked to a complaint.

Crown Resorts enhances gambling harm prevention through carded play measures

Crown Resorts has introduced carded play measures at its Melbourne Casino, aiming to enhance gambling harm prevention.

Victorian authorities to investigate Crown Resorts CEO

The Victorian Gambling and Casino Control Commission (VGCCC) will conduct a separate investigation over the conduct of Crown Resorts CEO, Ciaran Carruthers, as the Australian operator carries out an internal investigation on the executive for allegedly overruling the casino's security officers over banning intoxicated customers.

Crown Resorts reported a $125 million loss in the 2023 financial year

Australian gaming operator Crown Resorts has reported an AU$199 million ($125.18 million) loss for last financial year, according to reports.

Crown Resorts launches rebranding campaign: ‘Here’s Where Things Get Interesting’

Crown Resorts is aiming to move out of the shroud caused by recent regulatory actions and investigations with a new campaign, entitled ‘Here’s Where Things Get Interesting’.

Evoplay puts players through their paces in Elven Princesses Crown Quest

Evoplay, the award-winning game development studio, is sending users through treacherous fields to secure big win potential in its latest instant game, Elven Princesses Crown Quest.

Crown launches PlaySafe gambling harm prevention program

Australia’s Crown Resorts has announced that its AU$13 million ($8.65 million) program for preventing gambling harm has been officially rolled out. Entitled PlaySafe, the program focuses on four key areas in order to make sure the group is in compliance with new state mandates over curbing problem gambling.

Australian Federal Court signs off on $300m Crown fine

The court has approved the deal between Australian financial watchdog AUSTRAC and Crown Resorts for the payment of a AU$450 million ($300 million) fine, with Crown expected to make the full payment over a two-year period.