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DICJ to ensure casino compliance with health measures

Macau’s gaming regulator (DICJ) has intensified its inspections in all casinos in Macau to ensure epidemic prevention measures are in place and being followed.
Alliance Global, Boracay

Catholic Church steps up campaign against Boracay casino plans

The Catholic Church has stepped up its campaign against plans to allow casinos on Boracay, saying they will pave the way for destructive lifestyles...

Primorye casinos given three-month tax break

Casinos in the Primorye gambling zone have been able to enjoy three months of zero taxes in 2021 in order to alleviate the strain of low visitation.

Manila to move to Alert Level 4 from Sept. 16

Manila will move to an eased alert system from Sept. 16, which will only impose full lockdowns in areas with high cases, although casinos will not be allowed to reopen.
Dallmeier, hemisphere

Dallmeier: Optimizing data integration

With Dallmeier’s open software platform "HEMISPHERE", third-party casino and security systems are consistently integrated with the objective of optimising data integration. Integration which is aligned exactly with the application required in each case efficiently filters, sorts, and localises data from other software infrastructures and merges it from the various sources in a HEMISPHERE system.
Sands China, Macau, the venetian

Macau gaming tax take at 39% of year goal in 1H21

The Macau government collected approximately MOP19.6 billion in gaming taxes in the first half of the year, making up 39 percent of the budget target for the year. 

Reef Casino closes, as Star Queensland properties reopen

Star Entertainment group said its Queensland properties have been allowed to reopen with restrictions from August 8th, while Reef Casino Trust said its property in Cairns has closed from the same date.
Macau Tourism

Waiting game for Macau after lacklustre 2Q results

Macau operators continue to express confidence over pent-up demand, but the city is slow to get back on track, while gambling revenue in the U.S. surges.
Epping club, spintec aura

Australia continues to prove tough nut for suppliers to crack

Australia has more than 8,000 bars, pubs and clubs, with many licensed to offer some kind of gaming product, over and above its regulated casinos, which should on the face of it provide an interesting opportunity for global suppliers.
hatien vegas, cambodia

Casinos shuttered on resurgent Covid

Up until February, Cambodia was one of the world’s Covid success stories, with very few cases and no deaths. That has now changed, with the government in Phnom Penh struggling to control an outbreak, resulting in the widespread closure of the country's casinos.