Okada Manila is warning against fake sales of its hotel rooms and signature scents. In two notices on its website, it says the scents are counterfeit and the rooms are being sold through unauthorized agents.
Australia's Reef Casino Trust said it expects distributable profit for the second half to be about $8.5 million, up from $5.2 million in the second half of last year, explaining it has had a solid second half with good rental income from the Reef Casino Hotel.
Slot installations for Aristocrat Entertainment were up 2.5 percent in Queensland and 0.7 percent in New South Wales, according to data from J.P. Morgan.
As we near the end of a tourism-free year, the industry is gearing up for one last push to salvage annual revenue with a round of campaigns to capitalize on the upcoming holiday season. Reliance on locals and “staycation” marketing have been a theme of the year, with varying degrees of success around the region.
BBIN said it has become the Official iGaming Supplier Partner of Atlético de Madrid in Asia.
India’s Supreme Court has dealt a blow to the country’s lottery business, upholding the constitutional validity of imposing a General Services Tax (GST) on sales and winnings of lottery tickets.
India's Supreme Court has rejected a petition by Skill Lotto Solutions against the government's decision to impose a general sales tax of 12 percent on lottery tickets. That tax rises to 28 percent if the tickets are sold to someone in another state.
Macau's Secretary for Economy and Finance Lei Wai Nong said he expects more Mainland visitors during the Christmas and Chinese New Year holiday periods and said the government has a promotion scheme involving free hotel stays to encourage Chinese to stay longer and spend more.
Wynn Resorts CEO Matt Maddox has said the casino industry in Las Vegas could come back like in the Roaring 20's as people seek to have fun after surviving the pandemic, but warns that may take two years to happen.
The Star Entertainment Group says the easing of Covid-19 restrictions in Sydney will remove the 300 person cap per area and allow it to increase the total number of permitted patrons from 1,800 to 10,000. Rules have also been relaxed in Queensland.