Wednesday, October 21, 2020

SkyCity outlines Auckland enhancement projects

SkyCity Entertainment has outlined upgrades to its Auckland entertainment complex to draw in domestic visitors in the absence of international tourists.

Malaysian govt. losing MYR3b a year to illegal syndicates

The Malaysian government is losing up to MYR3 billion a year in revenue as illegal gambling syndicates take an ever growing amount of business away from legal number forecast operators.

Singapore arrests 35 in two gambling busts

Singapore police have arrested 24 people involved in illegal gambling and seized about $8,300 in cash in winnings.

Crown former chair may face ASIC referral

Crown Resorts' former Chairman Robert Rankin may be referred to Australia's Securities and Exchange Commission for failing to protect the company's staff in China, a suitability trial in Sydney heard.

Macau operators’ Q3 EBITDA loss to narrow

Macau's six operators are expected to post a collective EBITDA loss of $823 million for Q3, improving from a loss of $1 billion in Q2, according to a Bloomberg poll of analysts.

Crown ends information sharing with Consolidated Press

Crown Resorts says an agreement that allows its major shareholder to receive confidential information from the company has been terminated. Also, axed is an accord for Crown to request services from Consolidated Press Holdings at predetermined hourly rates.

TVBet gets two SBC award nominations

TVBET, the leading live-games provider, has been shortlisted in the SBC Awards 2020 in two nominations: Land-Based Betting & Gaming Product and Live Streaming Product/Supplier -- the second year in a row it has reached this stage.
Akimoto heading for rearrest in bribery scandal

Does Japan IR process invite misfortune?

Every nation that hosts casinos or IRs develops their own set of regulations to govern the industry, but did Japan just happen to throw together a jumble of elements into the mix that has actively invited misfortune?

Tabcorp reports 21Q1 group revenues down 5.7%

Tabcorp Holdings, the Australian racing and wagering firm, has reported 21Q1 group revenues down 5.7 percent as part of its report to its Annual...
Mike Bolsover Podcast -AGB

Silver Heritage Mike Bolsover on the state of Nepal [Podcast]

Mike Bolsover sits down with Asia Gaming Brief executive editor Michael Penn about Nepal's gaming industry, what's in store for Silver Heritage Group, and how Bhairahawa Resort stands in terms of construction and the pandemic impact.

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