The Victorian government has granted a request from the royal commission into Crown to allow additional time and funding to complete its inquiry into whether Crown is suitable to hold a license in Victoria.
The organizers of Regulating the Game 2021 have on-boarded its third media partner Asia Gaming Brief this week and have published additional details about some of their International Center for Gaming Regulation lecturers.
Australia’s financial crime regulator AUSTRAC has launched formal investigations into a number of high-profile ASX-listed companies in Australia, three of which are casinos.
The royal commission’s inquiry into Crown’s responsible gambling practices continued on Wednesday, this time hearing that a VIP gambler at Crown Resorts was able to play for 34 hours straight in 2019 before being forced to take a break.
Crown Resorts is under fire from the Victorian royal commission for its “continual inaction” in regards to responsible gambling despite having the “ability, money [and] technology” to improve.
CNMI Governor Ralph Torres on Friday has warned that if Imperial Pacific International is not able to settle its arrears with the government, that they will have to “take the next step and move on.”