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Macau 1Q VIP baccarat up 68% year-on-year: regulator 

Macau's VIP baccarat gross gaming revenue (GGR) grew by 68 percent year-on-year in the first quarter, according to government data.

Macau confident in attracting over 30M visitors this year

Macau’s Chief Executive, Ho Iat Seng, expresses his confidence that Macau will attract more than 30 million visitors this year.

HK High Court orders winding up of Imperial Pacific, liquidator appointed

The final death knell for Imperial Pacific International appears to have been rung, as Hong Kong’s High Court ordered the company to be wound up and appointed a provisional liquidator.

Newport World Resorts with new annual high in GGR for 2023, non-gaming booms

Newport World Resorts achieved a new annual high in gross gaming revenues in 2023, topping $600 million, with double-digit returns in its non-gaming revenue.

Macau top official reiterates Jockey Club land not for gaming

During a plenary session of the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday, Macau's top official, Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng, reiterated that the Macau Jockey Club (MJC) land would not be used for gaming purposes.

Thailand’s casino legalization under scrutiny of various agencies: report

The Thai Cabinet has designated the Finance Ministry as the primary agency responsible for reviewing a report prepared by an ad hoc House committee regarding the potential for establishing entertainment complexes with casinos in the country.

Okada Manila sees strong drops in VIP and online GGR, driving down 1Q24 results

Gaming revenue at Okada Manila fell by nearly a quarter in the first three months of the year, as gross gaming revenue from the VIP segment tumbled 42.61 percent year-on-year.

Spot Bitcoin and Ethereum ETFs get regulatory approval in Hong Kong

Hong Kong regulators granted conditional approval for the introduction of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) for spot Bitcoin and Ethereum on Monday.

MGM Resorts sues US Federal Trade Commission over cyber-attack investigation

MGM Resorts is suing the United States Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in efforts, claiming that the regulatory body is overstepping its bounds in its investigation into the cyber-attack on the gaming operator last September.

Melco could resume dividend payments in FY25: Bank of America 

The investment unit of Bank of America says that it expects Melco will resume dividend payments from FY25 onwards. This forecast has brought forward the timing compared to the previous expectation of only in FY26.