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Philippines court freezes assets of “POGO Mayor” Alice Guo

The Philippines’ Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC) has obtained a freeze order from the Court of Appeals on the assets of suspended Mayor Alice Guo and other individuals allegedly involved in the illegal activities of POGO.

40th Asian Racing Conference to focus on Japanese racing

The 40th Asian Racing Conference (ARC) will take place between August 27th and September 1st in Sapporo, Japan, and will feature an extensive program centered on Japanese racing breeding, business leaders and key stakeholders.

Queensland pubs and clubs gaming revenue with 7.9% yearly increase in June 2024

The release of Queensland’s pubs and clubs gaming data for June 2024 revealed a robust performance for the gaming venues, with total gross revenue experiencing a 7.9 percent increase from the same month in the previous year.

Thai integrated resorts: Bangkok’s Khlong Toei to rival Singapore’s Marina Bay

The proposed Khlong Toei Entertainment Complex in Bangkok may anchor a 376-hectare site redevelopment in the nation's capital.

PH Resorts continues to talk with investors over Emerald Bay, no signed deals

PH Resorts has announced that has not yet signed any agreements with potential investors for the completion of its Emerald Bay project in Mactan, Philippines.

Wynn Macau 2Q24 forecast trimmed due to market share loss: DB

Deutsche Bank has trimmed Wynn Macau’s 2Q24 forecast due to market share loss to rival Galaxy Entertainment.

Macau’s July daily visitors averaging 87K, meeting expectations: MGTO

Macau Government Tourism Office (MGTO) deputy director Cheng Wai Tong reported that, as of Wednesday July 10th, the average daily visitors count for July stands at approximately 87,000, aligning with the office’s expectations.

Summit Ascent names Chang Heng Kit as new non-executive director

Hong Kong-listed Summit Ascent has appointed Chang Heng Kit as a new non-executive director.

Macau gov’t maintains junket cap at 50 licensees in 2025

The Macau government has decided to keep the cap on licensed gaming promoters at 50 for the year 2025, according to information from the city's Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ).

Macau GGR to reach $29 billion in 2024: Goldman Sachs

Macau’s gross gaming revenue (GGR) is expected to reach $29 billion this year, representing 82 percent of pre-COVID-19 levels, according to projections by Goldman Sachs.