Good Morning. Know your customer. That’s the strategy of QTech, as it pushes crash games and eSports to make sure they’re ahead of the curve in online gaming. And in Macau, results are shining, with Galaxy seeing a 23 percent jump in revenue quarterly, while Wynn books $11 million in profit. The city’s overall GGR is now expected to hit 63 percent of pre-pandemic levels. And in the Philippines, PAGCOR advances against 33 POGOs due to unpaid taxes.

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What you need to know

  • Product innovation – through crash games and eSports – will be key in attracting the next generation of punters, says QTech’s CCO.
  • Galaxy net revenue jumped 23 percent q-o-q, as the gaming operator prepares to open its first overseas business development office in Tokyo.
  • PAGCOR has kickstarted legal action against 33 POGOs over more than to $35.7 million in unpaid fees.
  • Macau GGR expected to recover to 63 percent of 2019 levels by year-end versus previous estimate of 45 percent recovery: Jefferies.
  • Wynn Macau delivers strong first-half results, as both its Cotai and peninsula properties see uptick in casino revenue.

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