“A fool dies a thousand deaths; a wise man only one.” This common expression—a garbled version of something written by Shakespeare—might very well be applied to the prospect of IR development in Hokkaido. And indeed, the project has recently died yet another death.
Genting Singapore says it's considering major design changes to the expansion plans for Resorts World Sentosa to take account of new health and safety requirements and the changing dynamics of the VIP market.
The Macau government has eased travel restrictions for the last two remaining Mainland China regions - Hebei and Heilongjiang Provinces, removing their need for a 14-day quarantine.
SJM Holdings says it now expects to open its delayed Grand Lisboa Palace on Cotai in the second quarter of this year and is eyeing “selective” opportunities for expansion in Asia.
The Lunar New Year period, which is known as the largest annual migration in the world, was a shadow of its former self, with strict rules in place to restrict the flow of Chinese outbound (and domestic) travel this year.
Melinda Chan, Macau Legend executive director and president of the Macau Fisherman’s Wharf International Investment Limited, told the local media that her company is still focused on obtaining a gaming license of its own in a future public gaming tender.
AGB Nippon Executive Editor Michael Penn interviews Mindil Beach Casino & Resort General Manager Avril Baynes about her facility in Australia's Northern Territories and how it has coped with the Covid-19 pandemic.
Casino operators should reassess their relationships with their junket partners in the wake of the Bergin report into Crown Resorts and the changes in the global geopolitical climate, according to SVA, a corporate and political risk consultancy.
NagaCorp’s US$350 million Angkor Lake of Wonder project has drawn eyes narrowed in suspicion from the United Nations’ cultural agency UNESCO.