SkyCity Entertainment said its Auckland casino will be allowed to reopen from Sunday, March 7, with physical distancing requirements in place, after New Zealand moved the city to Alert level 2.
The FBI have entered an ongoing scandal in which police at Guam’s ports and airports are under suspicion of engaging in illegal gambling.
In a clutch of new developments in Saipan, the Commonwealth Casino Commission Chairman Edward C. Deleon Guerrero questioned Imperial Pacific International’s financial suitability to maintain its casino license, noting that should the license be suspended and sufficient remedial action not taken, the license may be automatically revoked,
Crown Resorts confirms that the seventh review of its suitability to hold a casino license in Victoria will not proceed as scheduled due to a separate Royal Commission probe into its business practices.
Imperial Pacific International lawyer Michael Dotts has advised the federal court that putting the firm’s local assets into receivership could lead to a “full liquidation.”
Blackstone Group, a major shareholder in Crown Resorts, says hotels and experiential travel remain on its "high conviction" list for investment.
Commonwealth Casino Commission executive director Andrew Yeom has asked the commissioners to suspend the casino license of Imperial Pacific International, which has racked up 16,165 regulatory violations.
Various formulas are under consideration to reduce James Packer’s extraordinary influence over the governance of Crown Resorts, although this may not necessarily involve him selling down his 37 percent stake.