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A Magistrate has ordered the Preston Hotel to pay a total of AU$25,300 ($16,600) for allowing a 16-year-old to access betting terminals and gamble at the Hotel on six occasions between May and September 2022.
The Cambodian gaming tycoon and founder of NagaCorp, Chen Lip Keong, has passed away at the age of 75, as announced by the company.
The Commonwealth Casino Commission board has authorized a motion to withdraw three counsels currently assisting Imperial Pacific International (CNMI) LLC in its Supreme Court appeal against CCC’s five complaints.
According to a paper published in the Journal of Gambling Studies about responsible gaming policy and its practice, scholars find that Macau’s casino operators request visitors to show identification to ban those under 21 from entering casinos, which proved to be the most effective measure.
Tiger Resorts, Leisure and Entertainment Inc. (TRLEI), operator of Okada Manila, will acquire PH Travel and Leisure Holdings, the company behind the unfinished Emerald Bay Resort in Cebu.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sok Chenda Sophea, emphasizing China's readiness to collaborate with Cambodia and other nations to combat online gambling and transnational crimes.
Lottery and integrated technology and services company AGTech Holdings Limited has been selected as a constituent of the MSCI World Micro Cap Index, effective from the market close on November 30, 2023.
The American Gaming Association (AGA) has elected Michael Rumbolz as the association’s new chairman.
New Zealand and Australian gaming operator SkyCity Entertainment Group has announced that it’s expecting its normalized EBITDA for its fiscal 2024 to be effectively flat, reaching between NZ$290 million ($178.65 million) and NZ$310 million ($190.97 million).
Four of the accused in the Suncity junket trial have had their requests for Habeas Corpus denied by the Court of Final Instance.
Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) has been fined S$2.25 million ($1.7 million) by the Singapore gaming regulator, the Gambling Regulatory Authority (GRA) for failing to perform due diligence checks.