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Construction weighs on LVS results in 2Q24, despite strong yearly upticks in Macau and Singapore

Las Vegas Sands’ Macau operations saw a 3.1 percent sequential decrease in revenue during the second quarter of the year, to $1.75 billion, despite rising some 7.73 percent compared to 2Q23.

POGO workers ordered to leave amidst request for ban exemptions by PAGCOR

Foreign workers employed by now banned POGOs have been ordered to leave the Philippines amidst news that some operators may avoid the ban.

E-Visa rollout expected to boost Philippine tourism numbers

The Philippine Department of Tourism (DOT) is urging the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) to expedite the implementation of an e-Visa system to meet its goal of attracting 7.7 million tourists by the end of 2024.

Philippines House Speaker orders quick action on POGO ban implementation

The Speaker of the House of Representatives in the Philippines is calling for swift legislative action when it comes to implementing the newly announced POGO ban.

King Gaming has gambling licenses cancelled by Isle of Man regulator

The Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission (GSC) has cancelled the online gambling licenses of King Gaming Limited and Dalmine Ltd.

LET Group to vote on disposal plan of Tigre de Cristal August 15th

The extraordinary general meeting by the LET Group to vote on the disposal of its Russian assets, including Tigre de Cristal, has been set for August 15th.

DigiPlus reports no impact from POGO ban

Philippine retail gaming provider DigiPlus Interactive Corp has stated that its operations will remain unaffected by the announced ban on offshore online gaming operators in the country.

Queensland racing clubs to enjoy $3.8M infrastructure upgrade investment

Queensland's racing clubs are set to receive a significant boost with $3.8 million in infrastructure upgrades slated for 2024-25.

China’s Supreme Court orders severe penalties for cross-border gambling

China’s Supreme Court has instructed courts nationwide to continue imposing harsh penalties on individuals involved in cross-border gambling crimes, with a particular focus on organizers, ringleaders, and repeat offenders. This directive aims to prevent financial risks and safeguard economic security.

Cambodian PM halts new casinos in southern coast provinces 

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Manet has prohibited the establishment of new casinos in the Kep and Kampot provinces, with the exception of Bokor Mountain, where existing operations will continue.