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Pandemic casino floor restrictions not as painful as expected

No doubt, limits on customer numbers and distancing has hurt casino gaming revenue over the past year, but gaming industry executive David Croft says the increased spacing hasn’t hurt yields as much as one would expect. 

Augmentum CTO details vision for friction-less gaming

Friction-less gaming was a notable point of discussion during this week’s G2E Asia Online conference, held on May 25. During a session on innovation enhancing smart tables, Augentum chief technology officer and chief innovation officer Wayne Hom spoke about his vision for a friction-less gaming and customer service environment.

Standing table betting returns to Macau

The Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ) has stated that it has allowed punters to place standing bets in local casino tables starting from the period before the Lunar New Year thanks to the gradual easing of pandemic risks in Mainland China.

Century says start of Cambodia business delayed to March

Century Entertainment said the expected start of table games operations at a new casino in Dara Sakor, Cambodia, has been delayed until March, in part due to Covid-19-related delays to the delivery of essential equipment, such as surveillance cameras.
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Paradise September sales improve

Paradise Co., which operates foreigner-only casinos in South Korea, saw an improvement in sales in September from the prior month, even though they were down 71 percent from the prior year.

GKL August revenue heads south again

Grand Korea Leisure saw its sales drop again in August from the prior month after showing signs of a month-on-month improvement in July.

SkyCity’s bid to swap gaming tables for EGMs rejected

SkyCity has lost its bid to swap three blackjack tables for sixty gaming machines at its Hamilton casino, with the Gambling Commission turning down...

Two casinos remain closed in Macau as grace period ends

At the end of the 30-day grace period for Macau’s casinos to reopen, the government has announced that two properties will remain closed and that about 80 percent of the table capacity is now operational. 

SkyCity Adelaide rolls out Tiger Baccarat

SkyCity’s Adelaide casino has now launched Tiger Baccarat, the first to do so in Australia and New Zealand following a successful rollout of the...

Paradise Nov. sales rise 31.6 percent

Paradise Co., which operates foreigner-only casinos in South Korea, reported a 31.6 percent gain in November sales, driven by table games.

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