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Singapore sees delays in casino expansion

Singapore Tourism Board CEO Keith Tan said he expects the island nation’s two IRs to move ahead with their plans to expand their resorts, but that delays are “inevitable” given the Covid-19 situation.

Macau gaming taxes up 17 pct in Jan-Sept.

The Macau government saw a 17 percent year-on-year rise in direct gaming tax revenue in the first nine months of the year, according to data from the Financial Services Bureau (DSF) released on Monday.
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Sega Sammy consolidates group companies in new Tokyo office

The Sega Sammy Group is bringing together twenty of its group companies and about 6,500 employees into a centralized new headquarters building near Osaki Station in Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo.

China Star sees “substantial” interim profit

China Star Entertainment said it expects to record a “substantial” profit for the six months to the end of June, reversing a loss posted in the same period a year earlier.

SJM launches Macau Gaming History Gallery

SJM Holdings has inaugurated a gallery designed to showcase the long history of gaming in Macau, as well as to promote responsible gambling.

SG appoints Doug Albregts as CEO of gaming

Scientific Games has appointed industry outsider, Doug Albregts, as executive vice president and CEO of the company’s gaming division.

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Emperor Entertainment Hotel declares special dividend

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HK police arrest 23 in multi-million dollar gambling bust

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Macau latest week GGR down 24% from prior: Bernstein

Macau's gross gambling revenue in the second week of June was down 24 percent from the prior week and off 51 percent from May due to ongoing restrictions in neighbouring Guangdong on new Covid outbreaks, according to Bernstein Research.