China’s ongoing crackdown on casinos and junkets targeting its nationals may have long-term implications for the industry in Asia and force changes in the business models of many of the region’s integrated resorts.
Thai police have arrested 34 in a bust on an online gambling operation being carried out from inside a cargo container near the Cambodian border, where wagers exceeded THB1 billion ($33.2 million).
Joe Pisano, CEO of Jade Entertainment, talks with Asia Gaming Brief Managing Editor Sharon Singleton about the company’s new India-facing online operation and his plans to roll out online products in the Philippines under PAGCOR's new PIGO licenses.
Ukrainian Gaming week said it has moved the date of its conference to February 24, while it plans to hold the exhibition at a later date from March 23-24.
India's Mobile Premier League has raised $100 million in new financing and its valuation now stands at $800 million, almost double the level four months ago.
Online casino listing site Bojoko has launched in the New Zealand market. Bojoko allows operators and game developers to create their own dedicated listing page which its members can then leave a rating and a review based on the experience they receive.
It has been announced that the Google Play app store will begin, effective March 1, allowing real money gambling apps to become available in fifteen additional countries, including Australia, New Zealand, and Japan in the Asia-Pacific region.
Singapore police uncovered 299 cases of fake gambling platforms in 2020, up 1,800 percent from the previous year, resulting in losses of S$15.4 million.