Monday, February 26, 2024



Visitor mix for mainland Chinese increased for first time since 2019: UBS

Although Macau’s visitor arrivals in January have yet to return to 2019 levels, the visitor mix for mainland Chinese was high at 49 percent in January for the first time, six percentage points higher than the 43 percent recorded in January 2019, according to UBS.

Jumbo Technology sponsors ASEAN Gaming Summit 2024

Jumbo Technology, a leading gaming supplier in Taiwan, announces today its sponsorship of the ASEAN Gaming Summit 2024, the industry event scheduled to take place from March 19th to 21st in Manila, the Philippines.

SkyCity to appoint interim CEO: Brad Burnett

SkyCity has announced the appointment of an interim Chief Executive Officer for New Zealand, elevating Brad Burnett to the role, effective on March 9th.

IPI refiles lawsuits against CCC and Palacios

Imperial Pacific International (CNMI) LLC, a casino operator, resubmitted its two lawsuits against Palacios, the CCC, and associated officials on Friday.

FEC listing of Czech Republic casino subsidiary scheduled for March 11th 

Hong Kong Stock Exchange-listed Far East Consortium (FEC) has announced the proposed date for the spin-off of its Czech Republic casino subsidiary: March 11th.

Loss of International Entertainment widens due to Manila IR expense

International Entertainment’s loss has widened sharply for the six months ended 31 December 2023 to $36.1 million ($4.6 million) due to the Manila integrated resorts development.

PAGCOR calls return of major online gambling company “huge vote of confidence”

The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) has welcomed the return of eGaming giant 188Bet to the Philippines.

Almost 700 arrested in Myanmar border town police raid

Military police on Friday arrested 689 individuals during a raid on an online gambling business in the Thai-Myanmar border town of Tachileik.

Russian buyer of Tigre de Cristal looking to terminate deal

A Russian company that intended to purchase Tigre de Cristal Resort is looking to terminate the deal, Summit Ascent and LET Group announced.

South Korea and Thailand lead in visitor spending per capita in Macau

Visitors from South Korea, Thailand, and Mainland China ranked as the top three with the highest visitor spending per capita in Macau last year.