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HKJC awarded highest level accreditation for responsible wagering

The Hong Kong Jockey Club has received the highest level accreditation under the Responsible Gaming Framework of the World Lottery Association (WLA) for the...

AGTech swings to Q1 loss, though revenue gains

AGTech Holdings, which provides lottery hardware, games, systems and services in Mainland China, swung to a loss for Q1 due to non-operating items relating to the fair value changes in convertible bonds and other items.

Melco wins Gold Award for Best in Mass Recruitment

Melco Resorts & Entertainment Limited is excited to announce that the company won the first place Gold Award for Best Mass Recruitment at Human...

Genting HK revenue up 34.4 pct on Dream Cruises full-year operation

The inclusion of the first full year operation of two Dream Class ships helped to boost total revenue for Genting HK to US$1.6 billion...

Kazuo Okada released from bail by ICAC

Japanese gaming tycoon Kazuo Okada announced on Friday he has been released from bail by Hong Kong’s Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC). “Mr. Kazuo Okada...

D-Tech signs deal with Leander Games, releases first game

D-Tech, a new independent games studio building Asian themed games, has announced the release of ‘Year of the Dog’, the first of its games...

Stanley Ho is in good health, says family

The family of Stanley Ho says that the casino magnate is in “good shape” and is resting in hospital amid rumors that the casino...

Landing International to post 2018 loss

Landing International, the operator of the Jeju Shinhwa World IR in South Korea, said it expects to post a loss for 2018 after discontinuing two businesses, posting higher operating expenses and changing accounting practices.

HKJC taps former Microsoft Asia finance boss

The Hong Kong Jockey Club has appointed former Microsoft Asia CFO, David Fan to the position of executive director, finance, with effect from January...

Paradise enters supply accord with Jay Chun’s brother-in-law

Paradise Entertainment said it has entered into a supply agreement for next year, worth a maximum of HK$40 million, with Chairman Jay Chun’s brother-in-law.

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