Esports entrepreneur Mellissa Kong, who runs REES, an esports engagement platform, speaks to Asia Gaming Brief editor Felix Ng about how hospitality and retail brands, including integrated resorts, can better use their esport spaces to attract gamers to their properties.
Colin Mansfield, an analyst with Fitch Ratings, spoke with Asia Gaming Brief's Managing Editor Sharon Singleton about the impact of the Covid crisis on the balance sheets and credit ratings of Asia's operators and the road to recovery.
Independent gaming consultant Andrew Klebanow speaks to Asia Gaming Brief Managing Editor Sharon Singleton about impact of Covid-19 on Las Vegas and the prospects for recovery. We discuss how Genting will be opening the doors to its Resorts World Las Vegas this summer into a significantly different operating environment.
Jennifer Song, equity analyst with Morningstar, speaks with Asia Gaming Brief managing editor Sharon Singleton about visitation to Macau during the recent Chinese New Year period and the outlook for recovery. The longer-than-usual May holiday may be a key catalyst for growth.
CTR vice president of sales Michael Keen speaks with Asia Gaming Brief managing editor Sharon Singleton about the glitches in the global supply chains following Covid and the latest buying trends from operators and suppliers. He also talks about the impact of U.S./China trade tensions.
Adam Steinberg talks about the differences in culture and work ethic between the US and Cambodia, as well as the thinkings behind decisions made relating to online gaming and Japan.
DFNN CEO Calvin Lim talks with Asia Gaming Brief’s managing editor Sharon Singleton about the need for digital transformation in the Philippines and his group’s role in that process.
Angel Sueiro, chief operating officer of PH Resorts, talks with Asia Gaming Brief managing editor Sharon Singleton about the concept for the company’s next property in the highly competitive Clark Freeport Zone and opportunities post-Covid 19 in the Philippines. The mass market is paying the bills, but international visitors are needed to put the cream on top.
Democratic Representative in the Northern Marianas Legislature, Tina Sablan, believes that CNMI regulators dropped the ball on IPI.