Darang Candra, director of Southeast Asia for Niko Partners speaks with Asia Gaming Brief asia editor Felix Ng about interesting trends seen across esports,...
The indicators are lining up and pointing to a positive future for Macau, however, without the improvement of visa processing in China, the recovery is likely to continue at its current steady pace.
The Gaming Association of New Zealand's independent Chair, Peter Dengate Thrush, has expressed disappointment over misleading reporting of the country's post-lockdown profit figures for pokie machines, which saw a 116 percent jump in the most recent quarter.
This week's "By The Numb3rs" by Asia Gaming Brief comes just after the announcement of Pfizer and Moderna's covid-19 vaccine, which is now nearing the end of its stage 3 clinical trials - complete with promising results.
It’s one step backward and one step forward for South Korea’s gaming industry this week or, in another framing, bad news in the north and good news in the south.
After the vaccine-induced stock euphoria earlier this month, Covid-19 has returned to dampen investor enthusiasm.
Nevada is cutting capacity at casinos down to 25 percent from 50 percent to stop the spread of the coronavirus. The measures will take effect as of Tuesday.
Bernstein Research has revised down its forecast for Macau's gross gambling revenue in November, given the figures in the month to date remain soft.
The pushback in timing for the Hong Kong/Singapore travel bubble dented market sentiment, pushing stocks in Macau gaming companies down by 3.2-6.5 percent, but is unlikely to have a significant impact on Macau's prospects, Morningstar research wrote in a note.
Crown Resorts said its Crown Melbourne property will reopen from Wednesday Nov. 25th with a maximum capacity of 1,000 and every second gaming machine turned off.