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Inspire Korea

Entertainment key to Inspire Korea

Mohegan Sun is confident that its entertainment-centric business model will help it succeed in South Korea’s notoriously volatile foreigner-only casino market. 
Sihanoukville

Online gambling quietly flourishing in Sihanoukville, supporting casinos

Just over a year after Cambodia announced a blanket ban on the country’s thriving online gambling scene, the industry is quietly flourishing in Sihanoukville.
Mall of Asia Philippines

Competition adds to Covid woes in the Philippines

Operators in Entertainment City had already begun to complain about the impact of rising competition on their margins even prior to the Covid-19 crisis. 
Philippines

POGOs win tax battle, but maybe not the war

Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGOs) have won a reprieve from a punishing franchise tax, which may stop the exodus from the country, but uncertainty over business conditions remains high, industry insiders say.
India gaming path

Paving a path forward in India

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, India’s gaming market has been subject to the same litany of impacts experienced in the rest of the gaming world. 

Beyond Macau: how Asia’s casino space is shaping up in the 2020s

With multiple new destinations opening up over the coming years, Asia’s casino space will have a very different feel in the 2020s.

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The 13 Hotel

South Shore Holdings sees resignation of three directors

South Shore Holdings Limited, the owner and operator of The 13, has announced the resignation of three independent non-executive directors with effect from May 18, 2021.
Aristocrat results

Aristocrat NPATA grows 11.8 percent on digital

Australia-listed gaming supplier Aristocrat Leisure has revealed a solid growth in its NPATA in its half year results, driven largely by growth from its digital business. 
Dara Sakor casino, cambodia, century entertainment

Century warns of wider loss on impairments

Hong Kong-listed Century Entertainment said it expects to post a loss in the year to March 2021 of not less than HK$40 million, mainly due to impairment charges.
Macau border

Macau May arrivals gain 9% from prior month

Visitor arrivals to May rose 9 percent from the previous month to 866,063, boosted by the five-day Golden Week holiday.

Macau to beef up regulatory capacity

With just one year to go before the expiry of Macau’s casino concessions, the government has announced a major overhaul of its gaming regulator, more than doubling the number of inspection staff