Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Primorye’s gaming hub dream edges towards reality

The concept of a casino and entertainment hub in Russia’s Far East will take a further step towards fruition this summer with the expected opening of the Shambhala Casino.

Genting Singapore seeks cost cuts, pessimistic on outlook

Genting Singapore is seeking to cut costs by about 20 percent to 30 percent after suffering its worst quarterly loss since it opened Resorts World Sentosa.

IPI says not part of US federal probe

Imperial Pacific International said the company is not part of an investigation into racketeering, harbouring illegal aliens and money laundering being carried out by the US Department of Justice.

Laos detains casino-bound Chinese for illegal entry

Laos has reportedly detained and deported hundreds of Mainland Chinese who were heading for the country’s casinos, but entered illegally to avoid mandatory quarantine.

China domestic flights, trains back to pre-virus levels, travel strong

Chinese domestic flights and hi-speed train links are back to their pre-virus levels of volume and there is still a strong demand for travel with 100 million trips in the first week of May and 80 million in the three-day Dragon Boat festival in June.

Donaco without CEO as new appointment reported near

Donaco International reported to the Australian Securities Exchange that the firm is currently without a CEO as Paul Arbuckle stepped down as scheduled on...

Matsui introduces antimicrobial chips

The Matsui Group has launched a range of antimicrobial casino chips designed to prevent the spread of Covid-19 and other viruses. 
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Singapore sees delays in casino expansion

Singapore Tourism Board CEO Keith Tan said he expects the island nation’s two IRs to move ahead with their plans to expand their resorts, but that delays are “inevitable” given the Covid-19 situation.

Police arrest three more linked to 500.com bribery scandal

Tokyo prosecutors have arrested three corporate executives for allegedly offering money to a defendant in the 500.com bribery scandal to provide false testimony, according to local media reports.

Wynn says Macau marketing war unlikely

Wynn Macau doesn’t foresee Macau’s six operators undertaking a major marketing push or promotional push to win back clients and expects there to be plenty of business once travel resumes.

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