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Sociedade de Jogos de Macau and China Duty Free Group Co said they have signed a binding agreement for the retailer to open a flagship outlet at Grand Lisboa Palace once it opens on the Cotai strip.
Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, Alexis Tam has acknowledged the challenges arising from the surge in visitor arrivals to Macau, and has promised...
The Hong Kong Jockey Club has received the highest level accreditation under the Responsible Gaming Framework of the World Lottery Association (WLA) for the...
Spintec, a maker of electronic table games, is planning further expansion in Southeast Asia this year and made its market debut in Australia last week.
Dynam Japan Holdings, the nation’s largest pachinko operator by number of halls, has developed its first slot machine for the Macau market in cooperation with Singapore-based Weike Gaming Technology, but its near-term ambitions appear to be limited.