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BetMGM announces new pledge to promote responsible gaming in advertising

BetMGM, a leading sports betting and iGaming operator, announced today a new pledge to prominently feature responsible gaming messages in its marketing and advertising campaigns beginning March 1, in alignment with the start of Problem Gambling Awareness Month.

India advertising guidelines welcome for gaming industry development

The Indian government’s recent advisory to print, electronic and digital media not to accept ads from online gambling platforms is a welcome move that won’t affect legal skill-based gaming, writes i-gaming consultant Jaydeep Chakravartty.

Singapore’s gaming revenue expected to grow 10 percent in 2024: Fitch 

Ratings agency Fitch expects gaming revenue in Singapore to grow by 10 percent in 2024, following a 2023 return 15 percent higher than pre-pandemic levels.

Daily Asia Gaming eBrief: Philippines AML compliance is a responsibility of the casino operators

The Philippines is fighting to get itself off the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) graylist, with numerous criteria still to fulfill. Amongst them is junket oversight, which still falls under the purview of the casino - given the location on the gaming floor. Despite increased efforts by authorities, the nation needs to be able to prove to the FATF that it's trying to change, and implementing stringent oversight measures.

Your Daily Asia Gaming eBrief: What is premium mass?

What is premium mass? The question resonates particularly in Macau, as operators shift away from a VIP-centric model and try to find new pastures. But the implications are vast, as new properties, such as Raffles, up the game in the luxury spectrum.

Gambling service providers in Australia spent more than $150 mln in advertising

Australian gambling service providers spent AU$238.63 million ($151.8 million) on TV, radio, and online advertising during a one-year period, with the lion share still going for TV ads.

UAE future gaming sector with significant growth potential, regulations unlikely before 2024: Lawyer

As a wealthy nation with a growing population and a reputation as a popular tourist destination, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) possesses significant growth potential in the gaming sector and major players from Asia and Las Vegas are likely to get a piece of the action. UAE-based lawyer Moses Charles Kivuna, breaks down the possible restrictions and restrictions for investors.

Your Daily Asia Gaming eBrief: Macau top destination for Chinese outbound tourists

It's hard to compete with the home team. Macau is reaping the benefits of its shared border with China, getting over 50 percent of outbound Chinese visitors, even as regional gaming hubs try to draw the market back.

Asian online gaming: know your market and get teams on the ground

Asia cannot be regarded as a whole: for developers, aggregators and operators, the focus needs to be on focusing as closely as possible on the target market, learning everything and getting teams in place on the ground, but even so success is not guaranteed.

Your Daily Asia Gaming eBrief: Sands China extended lead in 2022

While 2022 was an exhausting year for Macau, some operators showed their resilience and flexibility.