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Novomatic signs distribution agreement with Indo Pacific Gaming

Novomatic on Thursday announced it has entered into a distribution agreement with Indo Pacific Gaming (IPG) to supply its full range of gaming solutions...

Naga 2018 profit soars, outlook seen positive

NagaCorp posted a 53 percent increase in net profit for 2018 as all business segments reported strong growth, led by VIP gaming.

Bomb found in Poipet casino

A suspect bomb was reportedly found at a casino in Poipet on Sunday, leading to a swift response from local police and the Cambodian...

Casino boom attracts junket interest

Cambodia’s casino boom is continuing, with a 53 percent increase in licenses granted during 2018 and growing interest from Macau-based operators and junkets as Chinese tourism and investment surges.

Indochina opportunities clouded by political, economic risks

Despite regulatory uncertainty and a relatively high risk profile, land-based operators will be closely watching developments across the Indochina region over the coming months.

Innovation key in booming Asia online industry

Asia’s online gaming industry, which is forecast for double-digit growth over the next seven years, is likely to be one of the main topics to be talked about at ICE Totally Gaming, with executives keen to explore both the opportunities and learn how to face the challenges.

Donaco posts strong December performance

Australia-listed Donaco International said it has seen improving performance across its properties in Cambodia and Vietnam, especially during the fourth quarter of 2018. In...

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.


Aristocrat establishes local Macau company

Australian gaming supplier Aristocrat has established a new limited liability company in Macau, Aristocrat Technologies Macau Limited, created in order to comply with “changes...

ASEAN Gaming Summit proves another smashing success in Manila

ASEAN Gaming Summit held its third edition of the conference in Manila on 19-21 March 2019 in Manila. The event was billed as the most...

Huis Ten Bosch agrees to sell 30 hectares to future IR operator

Nagasaki has made a major step forward in its plans to bid for an IR license by forming a trilateral agreement between the prefecture,...

Paradise City to open indoor amusement park this week

Paradise City, which is operated through a joint venture between Paradise Co. and Sega Sammy, plans to open an indoor family amusement park later...

Summit Ascent main shareholders mull share disposal

Summit Ascent Holdings, operators of Tigre De Cristal, has announced that its main shareholders, First Steamship Co Ltd, and Summit Ascent chairman Kuo Jen...