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Abe government expected to delay national IR development schedule

Several major domestic media outlets reported Monday evening that the national IR development schedule will be delayed for an undetermined period of time in...

Prosecutors raid Chinese firm in possible connection with IR bid

The special investigation unit of the Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office raided the Tokyo offices of a Shenzhen-based lottery operator, as well as the homes of former policy aides of a senior ruling politician who had been in charge of IR policy, apparently in connection with the illegal import into Japan of a large sum of money.

VIC gaming minister orders review into Crown allegations

A new review into Crown Resorts’ business practices will be wrapped up by the Victorian gambling regulator within the next few weeks, local media...

10 officials to be shamed in PCSO probe

No more than 10 officials of the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) will be “named and shamed” following President Duterte’s investigation into corruption within...

ALH Group to face punishment for free-drink inducements

Woolworths-owned pubs operator ALH Group is facing disciplinary action after investigations found that several of its venues had been found encouraging patrons to gamble...

Wynn fined $35.5 million by Massachusetts gaming regulator

Wynn Resorts has been fined $35 million for not disclosing sexual misconduct allegations against founder and former CEO Steve Wynn by Massachusetts gaming regulators...

Wynn Resorts agrees on settlement with Nevada regulators

U.S. casino operator Wynn Resorts will be paying a settlement with the Nevada Gaming Control Board after an investigation found that former executives failed...

Former Kangwon CEO to serve three years prison

The former head of state-run casino operator Kangwon Land has been sentenced to three years prison for conducting illicit hiring practices between 2011-2014, local...

Fifth steroids detection impacts Iwate Racing

The Iwate Prefectural Horse Racing Association (Iwate Keiba) has been embarrassed yet again as on December 26 a fifth horse tested positive for the steroid boldenone, forcing yet another suspension of racing activities.

PH senator wants a revision of gaming laws

Philippines Senator Leila de Lima has urged the Senate to look into and possibly revise laws governing the online and land-based gaming industry in...

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