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Interblock to install Big Six Super Spin at Resort World Manila

Luxury gaming manufacturer and electronic table game (ETG) market leader Interblock® announced the placement of a 100 seat stadium at Resorts World Manila (RWM). The...

No definite plans for CoD expansion, Premium Leisure says

Premium Leisure Corp. has clarified that there are no definite plans for the expansion of the City of Dreams brand in the Philippines at the moment, after Chairman Willy Ocier was widely reported as talking about a potential new resort on Tuesday.

CoD Manila eyes expansion opportunities

Premium Leisure Corp Chairman Willy Ocier says the companies involved in the City of Dreams Manila  are considering opening a second property at a different location, The Philippine Star reports.

Belle Corp net income down in 19Q1, despite COD Manila growth

Despite gaming revenue growth at its City of Dreams Manila complex, Belle Corp registered a fall in consolidated net income for the first quarter...

Bloomberry cruise port still waiting on regulatory approvals

Bloomberry Resorts on Monday has clarified that the first phase of its $308-million cruise port in Paranaque City is still in the process of...

Okada Manila posts 68 percent increase in GGR in March

Tiger Resort, the operating company for Okada Manila, reported a 68 percent increase in gross gaming revenue for the month of March 2019, due...

Phil-Asian Gaming Expo to host more than 200 exhibitors

The Phil-Asian Gaming Expo (PAGE) expects to host more than 200 exhibitors at its trade show in Manila in July.

How casinos are getting creative in retaining staff

With an increasing number of casinos emerging throughout Asia, the industry is becoming a popular career choice for ambitious individuals from across the region.

Bloomberry plans to break ground on cruise port in Q3

Bloomberry Resorts plans to start construction of a $308-million cruise port in Parañaque City in the third quarter of the year, local media reported chairman and CEO Enrique Razon as saying on the sidelines of the group’s annual shareholder meeting.

Macau stricter with junkets, but more action needed

Macau is taking a more stringent approach towards regulating its junket operators, but more action is needed to prevent money laundering, an annual U.S. report found.

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