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SkyCity tackles licensing hurdles

SkyCity Entertainment is grappling with capacity issues, as licensing regulations in New Zealand make expansion of its properties difficult. 
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SkyCity posts flat annual profit

New Zealand hotel and casino operator SkyCity Entertainment Group has reported flat normalised earnings and profit in full year financial results released on Wednesday.

SkyCity’s online gaming website up and running

SkyCity Entertainment Group’s online gaming website is now up and running for New Zealand players.  The announcement follows an agreement that was signed between international...

NZ looks to further tighten regulations on igaming

A government consultation document on online gambling has raised the possibility of greater regulation including a licensing regime similar to that operating in the...

NZ considers banning credit cards for online gambling

Using credit cards to gamble online may be banned in New Zealand as the country’s gaming regulator looks at measures to minimize harm. Earlier this...

New Zealand updates national strategy to tackle gambling harm

The New Zealand government has promised NZ$60 million (US$40.4 million) in funding over the next three years aimed at tackling problem gambling, particularly in...

SkyCity’s Queenstown problem unresolved despite land purchase

SKYCITY Ltd has now obtained permission to buy land in Queenstown for a new luxury hotel complex, but is still battling with regulatory issues...

SkyCity online gaming site expected to launch mid-2019

SkyCity Entertainment Group on Wednesday has announced its Maltese subsidiary has partnered with international iGaming company Gaming Innovation Group Inc (GiG) to provide New...

SkyCity downgrades 2019 profit guidance after weak first quarter

SkyCity shares have dropped nearly five percent after the company downgraded its end of year profits guidance due to weaker than expected trading in...

SkyCity moves Darwin exec back to Adelaide

SkyCity Entertainment said it’s moving David Christian back to head the company’s Adelaide operation after the recent sale of its Darwin casino. Christian previously held...

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