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Okada Manila posts operating loss in 20Q1

Okada Manila posted a widened operating loss of JPY 1.7 billion (US$16 million) in the first quarter of 2020, due mainly to the suspension...
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Suncity looks to increase stake in Westside City casino project

Hong Kong-listed Suncity Group has proposed a subscription of convertible bonds, which could potentially be used to increase its stake in its Westside Main...

Belle Q1 gaming revenue from COD Manila drops 39 percent

Belle Corp said its share of gaming revenue from the City of Dreams Manila dropped 39 percent in Q1 due to Covid-19 disruptions.
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Aggregators look beyond content to grow Asia’s online sector

Content aggregators have long been the go-to solution for operators looking to quickly and easily enter online markets in Asia.

Genting Highlands theme park faces an additional year of delay

An elaborate theme park at Genting Highlands that was most recently scheduled to have its soft opening in the third quarter of this year...

Okada Manila to lay off over 1,000 staff members

Okada Manila President Takashi Oya announced to staff on Tuesday that more than one thousand employees would be laid off as part of a...

Resorts World Foundation sends medical supplies to hospitals

Resorts World Philippines Cultural Heritage Foundation, Inc. (RWPCHFI) on Sunday completed its P50 million (US$985,127) commitment to aid the government’s COVID-19 relief efforts. According to...

PAGCOR issues reopening guidelines for E-Games, Bingo, Poker venues

The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) has issued a memorandum to Bingo, E-Games and Poker operators on Friday, requiring venues to adhere to...

Genting Malaysia to “rightsize” workforce after Q1 loss

Genting Malaysia will reportedly cut jobs and reduce wages after reporting a loss for Q1 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

APE cancels lease agreements due to non-payment

Asia Pioneer Entertainment said it was cancelling lease agreements to casinos in Cambodia and the Philippines due to non-payment of rent and said it will write off about HK$26 million ($3.4 million)  in the first half as a result.

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