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Macau visitor spending up 77.3% in Q4

Information from the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC) indicated that per capita spending of visitors to Macau increased by 77.3 percent year-on-year to MOP3,129 (US$407) in the fourth quarter of 2020.

Macau visitor spending down 93.3% in Q3

Spending by visitors to Macau in the third quarter of this year, excluding expenses on casino gambling, went down by 93.3 percent from the same period last year, according to data from the Council for the Development of Tourism.

Macau Q1 tourism spending falls

Macau tourist spending fell by 70.4 percent year-on-year in the first quarter of 2020, due mainly to a sharp decline in visitors in the...

Non-gaming spending by Macau visitors declined 11.8 percent in 19Q4

The Information from the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC) has reported that total non-gaming spending by visitors in the fourth quarter of 2019 dropped...

SGR downgraded on soft consumer outlook: JP Morgan

A soft domestic outlook and potentially weak consumer sentiment over the next few months will subdue Star Entertainment Group’s earnings in their Sydney and...

Caesars evaluating spend in Korea project: CFO

Caesars Entertainment Corp CFO Eric Hession said the company is “currently evaluating” its spend for its Korea IR project, named “Caesars Korea”. Hession made the...

Singapore visitor spending loses pace with arrivals

Despite an increase in international arrivals to Singapore, visitor spending dipped 1.3 percent in 19Q2, according to figures from the Singapore Tourism Board.  During the...

Star Entertainment profit hit by fall in VIP spending

Australian casino operator Star Entertainment Group posted an 8.4 percent annual drop in profit, amid a fall in VIP gaming revenue.  On Friday, the group...

Q1 visitors increase but spending down

Despite increasing its international visitors in Q1, Singapore’s tourism spending fell 4.8 percent year-on-year in the first quarter of 2019, according to data from...

Vietnam bolsters nighttime economy

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has ordered the government to find ways to develop more nighttime activities and increase tourist spend, local media reports. Nguyen...

All set for the FBM slots expansion campaign in Asia

FBM has been developing its slots offer over the last three years, with operations established in Europe and North America. The company is now accelerating its slots expansion campaign in Asia
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Life After POGOs – AGB Dossier

This Dossier results from the “Life After POGOs” editorial project by Asia Gaming Brief which culminated with a pop-up digital forum on 9th December to discuss potentials ramifications in the industry.
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Life After POGOs – AGB Pop-Up Forum

The Philippines and Asia’s online gaming industry is going through uncertain times, with the gaming regulator seeing more and more operators leaving the country for greener pastures.
AGB Webinar - Acquiring and Retaining iGaming Customers

Acquiring & Retaining iGaming Customers

In this AGB Webinar Series, we covered the newest strategies for iGaming player acquisition and retention.
Agbriefings February 21

Asia Gaming Briefings – Feb 2021 Edition

The world is bouncing back, or at least coming to grips with the fact that going forward not much will be the same as before. Commendably, this industry quickly understood the need to adapt to a new normal, and that the days of targeting the low hanging fruit of the VIP sector are gone.
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Asia Gaming Briefings – Dec 2020 Edition

Over the years, many of the answers have been remarkably prescient in their forecasts for the near-term direction of Asia’s gaming industry. However, we can safely say that no one came anywhere close to guessing what 2020 may have had in store.
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Asia Gaming Briefings – Nov 2020 Edition

While nowhere in the world has escaped the economic fallout from the Covid-19 crisis, Macau has been hit harder than most, with forecasts for gross domestic product to shrink more than 50 percent this year.