Prefectural Police in Kyoto, Japan, on Monday arrested seven individuals, including one U.S. citizen, suspected of involvement in an illegal mahjong betting website.
More than 18,000 mostly younger players have made use of the Australian government’s gambling exclusion register, BetStop, in the first six months of its operation.
In a recent report titled "ASEAN's Consumer Activity Is Losing Steam," S&P Global Ratings forecasts a gradual slowdown in consumer activity across the ASEAN region in 2024.
The Indian government is optimistic about the online gaming sector, with the Prime Minister himself strongly believing that it plays a vital role in the digital economy and warrants encouragement and support, as stated by the country's IT Minister.
The hearing to determine whether to revoke Imperial Pacific International (CNMI) LLC’s exclusive casino license, originally scheduled for Tuesday, has been postponed again.
The Star saw its shares plummet by almost 26 percent to an all-time low on Tuesday, following an announcement by the NSW casino regulator of a second investigation into the company's Sydney casino operations.
After observing robust Chinese New Year (CNY) casino revenue, analysts from JP Morgan expect Macau's February gross gaming revenue to increase by 80 percent from the previous year to MOP19 billion ($2.36 billion).
A Chinese national behind a $70 million gambling website has been arrested and deported by Thai authorities at the request of China.
The proprietor of a historic Victorian hotel is facing a $52,000 fine and the loss of his business after the VGCCC discovered two integrity breaches.
Face to Face
In the second installment of AGB’s interview with Richard Marcus, the world’s most successful casino cheat breaks down why Roulette is the most cheated table game worldwide, the particular vulnerability of electronic table games (ETGs) – largely due to a lack of oversight, and how artificial intelligence (AI) is heavily weighted to help those who want to cheat.