Good Morning. Some much-needed good news in Macau’s slower-than-hoped-for rate of awakening: as of Tuesday, restrictions on bars, restaurants and salons will be lifted! Still, despite the lite lockdown, the government pushed through the gaming concessionaires tender and much ink has been rolled on the process and expectations. Across the Straits, Singapore’s consolidated Gambling Regulatory Authority takes the helm in revamping the industry. For a better understanding of legislation impact, you might want to browse through legal expert Wai Ming Yap‘s in-depth review on AGBriefings.

Your Daily Asia Gaming eBrief: Ink runs on Macau tender

What you need to know

  • Singapore’s consolidated Gambling Regulatory Authority takes a holistic approach to gaming policies, tackling new tech and emerging trends.
  • Star Entertainment’s Queens Wharf trading update provided “more relief than surprise” with only 10% total project escalation: J.P. Morgan.

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ASEAN returns to Manila on 21-23 March 2023

And.. that’s a wrap from Manila! The ASEAN Gaming Summit 2022, the first industry conference since the pandemic, brought together over 200 online and land-based gaming executives for two days of solid content and (re) connections. Over the two-day program executives from the Philippines met with their peers from all across the globe to share their insights and experiences to a packed room eager to reconnect. Asia Gaming Brief has announced the return of ASEAN Gaming Summit to Manila. Mark your calendars for: 21-23 March 2023. Asia Gaming Brief will be releasing the curated findings from the conference discussions in the following days. Meanwhile, in case you’ve missed it, while engaged in furious networking, or weren’t able to make it in person this year, here are the event highlights.

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ASEAN Gaming Summit 2023