Good morning. We have a special treat for you after the holiday, an excellent panel discussion on Asian gaming – ranging from Macau post-junkets to Thailand’s possible legalization. In billionaire news, more than a dozen Asian-gaming-linked businesspeople made it to the Forbes list this year, with most tied to Macau. Pansy Ho, who made the list again, also expressed her confidence in Macau’s non-gaming drive, despite manpower and competition worries.

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What you need to know

  • Asian gaming is poised for even more growth, with opportunities abounding, say experts Vitaly Umansky, Alidad Tash and Andy Choy.
  • MGM China’s Co-Chair Pansy Ho says that she’s confident in Macau’s shift to non-gaming, despite concerns over manpower.
  • Forbes Billionaires list for this year garners over a dozen Asian-gaming-linked figures, mostly tied to Macau.

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Experts forecast gaming industry growth in Asian markets

Andy Choy, Vitaly Umansky and Alidad Tash share their outlooks on Asia’s multifaceted gaming jurisdictions – both current and upcoming – in a special panel focused on how the industry is recovering and where it’s going. From Macau post-junkets to Thailand, the experts outline what Chinese outbound travel means, where infrastructure is necessary, and how legislation could be shaped for optimal success.


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