The Victorian Gambling and Casino Control Commission (VGCCC) has charged Tabcorp along with eight venues for allegedly allowing a minor to gamble, in breach of the Gambling Regulation Act 2003. Tabcorp faces a total of 54 charges, including 27 counts of allowing a minor to gamble and failing to reasonably supervise its electronic betting terminals.
Scientific Games on Thursday said it expects to hold no more than a minority equity interest in the entity that owns SG Lottery, should the company go ahead with an IPO of its lottery business.
3 Oaks Gaming, an established distributor of iGaming content, has further bolstered its Hold and Win collection with the addition of Crystal Scarabs: Hold and Win – featuring a trio of powerful Boosters that amplify the gameplay.
The possible legalization of gambling in the UAE, would be a considerable opportunity, the management of MGM Resorts International stated in the group's third quarter 2023 earnings conference call.
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.
Philippine Finance Secretary Benjamin Diokno has doubled down on immediately kicking out Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGOs) from the country and barring their entry.
Macau, the world’s top-rated hotel capital, is a top luxury destination that continues to captivate visitors with its exquisite culinary experiences, prime location, and opulent hospitality offerings.
Citigroup reaffirms that Macau's gaming industry shows no signs of slowing down. Despite the decline in total wagers in the premium mass market, average wagers remain strong and unaffected by seasonality.
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The crypto boom continues, with particular benefits for the iGaming sector, as it facilitates payments quickly and at low cost. But despite the benefits, FinchPay COO Ana Schultz points out that companies are still slower to adopt, investing more resources into providing fiat options than relying on blockchain solutions.