Good morning from Manila! After a massive week at G2E Vegas, the AGB team is back in Manila, where we’re hosting another industry networking social this Friday, 21st October, at The Peak Grand Hyatt – RSVP HERE.
In other news, China’s congress was a known outcome. Back home, the DICJ tranquilizes the populace so that everyone will keep their jobs and salaries among the new gaming concessions.
What you need to know
- Palaszczuk Government introduced tougher laws and stricter oversight of casino operators under the Casino Control and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2022.
- Cambodian police have cracked down on more than 10,000 illegal gambling sites and arrested over 200 people over the past month, the National Police confirmed.
Macau Chief Executive, Ho Iat Seng, asked various sectors in the Macao community to absorb the aspirations expressed at the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China in an official press release. The Central Government vowed to support Hong Kong and Macao in developing their economies, which would help enhance people’s livelihood, solve deep-seated contradictions and problems in economic and social development, and promote the long-term prosperity and stability of Hong Kong and Macau.