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HKJC to fly betting shop manager of the year to HK

The Hong Kong Jockey Club (HKJC) has said it will fly out the winner of the Racing Post/SIS Betting Shop Manager of the Year to Hong Kong for a five-day luxury holiday and tour of its facilities. 
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HKJC cancels race due to protest fears

The Hong Kong Jockey Club cancelled its Wednesday night meeting in Happy Valley due to concern about protests as the race was to feature a horse partly owned by pro-Beijing lawmaker Junius Ho Kwan-yiu. 

Pansy Ho says HK extradition bill “well intended”

Pansy Ho, the co-chair and an executive director of MGM China Holdings, has defended the Hong Kong government’s handling of riots rocking the city and called its now withdrawn extradition bill “well intended.”

Positive news in Hong Kong raises Macau stocks

Macau casino stocks saw a small increase following an announcement from Hong Kong’s leader that the contentious extradition bill would be withdrawn. The bill was...
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Betfair told to cease HK operations

Betfair Australia has been ordered to stop offering bets on Hong Kong racing in a cease and desist order from the Hong Kong Jockey Club. 

Genting HK narrows H1 loss, but revenue falls slightly

Genting Hong Kong narrowed its 19H1 consolidated net loss by 60 percent to US$56.5 million, though revenue fell slightly in the half-year period.  The narrowed...

Landing appoints three new independent directors

Landing International has announced the appointment of three independent non-executive directors, effective Friday, 23 August.  The appointments include Ms. Wang Yuying, who has been appointed...
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Betfair to start bets on HK racing in Sept.

Betfair Australia plans to start exchange betting on horse racing in Hong Kong from Sept. 1, according to media reports. 

BBIN signs with Nova Esports as global partners

eSports team, Nova Esports has entered into a  strategic alliance with Gaming software supplier, BBIN.  This alliance is expected to give BBIN further competitive edge...
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Early resolution to HK protests unlikely: Vickers

The increasingly violent protests in Hong Kong, which is beginning to have an impact on Macau’s gross gambling revenue, are not likely to end anytime soon in the absence of visible dialogue to find a solution, according to a leading risk consultancy.

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