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Local demand propels Tigre de Cristal revenue to pre-Covid levels

Tigre de Cristal in the Primorsky Krai gambling zone in Russia has seen its revenue return to pre-Covid levels, if not better, due to strong support from the local market.
Seven Luck casino

Would proxy betting ease pain for Korea’s foreigner-only casinos?

The introduction of proxy betting would be a major boost for South Korea’s struggling foreigner-only casinos, although it’s unclear how much political support there would be for such a move, a leading industry consultant says.
Kazakhstan scores own goal with sports betting changes

Content-hungry fans drive boom in sports betting/media deals

The opening of the U.S. sports betting market has triggered a boom in so-called convergence deals as sports betting companies seek to capitalize on the potential of teaming up with media outlets and sports teams.

Tracking a decade of China crackdowns

Despite an ongoing pandemic, China does not appear to be letting up its grip on what it deems as "evils" in society, politics, and its economy.
China, Golden Week

Where did China holiday during Golden Week?

Domestic travel during Golden Week fell short of its expectations this year, partly as a result of an outbreak of Covid-19’s delta strain starting in July, and partly as a result of government policies that have stunted economic growth.

Crown case to change face of Australia casino regulation

Crown Resorts will hear in the next two weeks whether it will be allowed to keep its Melbourne casino license following a series of inquiries that will change the face of regulation in Australia.  
Tushar Mohata, Nomura

Genting Malaysia seen rebounding strongly as the country opens

In this week’s Face-to-Face, Nomura's Tushar Mohata explains what will be driving growth for Genting in Malaysia and its various operating markets.
g2e Las Vegas

G2E: Cashless gaming, smoke-free casinos and eye-catching cabinets

G2E Las Vegas concluded last week and was well attended. Noticeably absent were attendees from Asia and some European nations due to travel restrictions.

Chinese rediscover local tourism, but Golden Week disappointed

Golden Week was a washout for Macau, but even for the rest of China, spending and travel trends were lower than had been expected, according to Professor Wolfgang Arlt, founder of the China Outbound Tourism Institute (COTRI).
Slot Machine, slot replacement, casinos and pubs

Casinos, pubs expect increased slot replacement spend in 2021

As many as 90 percent of gaming venues surveyed in the recent J.P. Morgan 12th Annual Slot Survey said they intend to maintain or increase their slot replacement spend over the next year.

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