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MQ Tech abandons Cambodia theme park plan

MQ Technology Bhd has scrapped its plans to develop a $30 million theme park, casino and hotel complex in Cambodia. The company had previously entered...

Cambodia casino licenses jump 53 percent in 2018

Cambodia’s casino boom is continuing with a 53 percent increase in licenses granted during 2018, local media reports.

Macau Legend agrees to buy Cambodia IR land

Macau-based operator Macau Legend said it has agreed to buy land in Siem Reap province in Cambodia for $90 million, on which it intends to build an integrated resort.

2018 in review – Sportsbetting, IndoChina and Japan

There’s never a dull moment when it comes to gaming in Asia and 2018 produced its fair share of surprises, many of them provided by Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, who is keeping the gaming industry on its toes.

Cambodia VIP drives Amax revenue, but loss widens

Amax International Holdings posted a widened loss for the six months ended September 30, 2018, due mainly to increased expenses arising from promissory notes...

Donaco reports soft start to FY19

Weaker VIP win rate, online gaming business start up costs, and a Chinese crime syndicate have been blamed for Donaco’s “soft start” to the...

Philippines, Cambodia in likely firing line for China online crackdown

There’s growing concern that China may launch a crackdown on the streaming of casino games into the country next year, potentially dealing a major blow to the booming industry in the Philippines and Cambodia.

Suncity confirms Cambodia, Vietnam gaming businesses as lawful

SunCity Group, which recently announced its foray into IR projects in Cambodia and Vietnam has assured its shareholders that its activities in these countries...

Cambodia-based group to develop blockchain lottery platform

Kelly Holding Group, a Cambodia-based company, says it is developing a blockchain powered lottery platform aimed at “revolutionizing” the lottery industry. In a press...

Amax reaches services accord on Cambodia casino

Amax International said a wholly owned unit had reached an HK$9 million ($1.1 million) accord to provide technical and pre-opening services to a casino in Sihanoukville, Cambodia.

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Police bust underground bank in Macau

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Suzohapp to develop cashless payment solutions with Castles Technology

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Hard Rock sponsors snow sculpture for Hokkaido festival

Hard Rock Japan has announced that it has sponsored a snow sculpture for the famous Sapporo Snow Festival to be held next February, demonstrating its clear focus on Hokkaido for an IR bid.