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The Chairman and CEO of Las Vegas Sands says that “we’re certainly looking hard at Thailand”, as the nation’s House of Representatives earlier in January approved a report proposal to set up an entertainment complex (complete with a casino) in the nation.
The head of the Tourism Industry Association of Macau says he predicts that the daily average number of tourists to visit the SAR in the future will stabilize at between 30,000 and 40,000.
The sports betting and iGaming North American joint venture between Entain and MGM Resorts – BetMGM – has announced that it saw net revenue in 2022 totaling $1.44 billion, up 69 percent from 2021 and leading its prior guidance of $1.3 billion.
Genting Hong Kong has revealed the results of its first creditors meeting, aimed at winding up the company after its bankruptcy in January of last year.
New Zealand-based gaming operator SkyCity Entertainment Group is planning to appoint former Tabcorp CEO David Attenborough as a non-executive director of the board.
Macau’s top official has visited the facilities of all six of Macau’s gaming concessionaires, with a Wednesday trip during the Chinese New Year holiday to inspect their non-gaming elements.
Tourists have been flooding Macau over the Chinese New Year period, with a peak of 90,391 visitors arriving in the territory on the fourth day of the holiday.
The Philippines’ gaming watchdog has hit back at the nation’s Senate, after a hearing in which PAGCOR was accused of being lax in how it deals with offshore gaming operators (POGOs).
The Chinese New Year raceday in Hong Kong generated the highest level of betting turnover since 1997, as over 80,000 punters showed up to bet some HK$2.06 billion ($263.06 million).
A survey cited by the chair of a Philippine Senate Committee on Ways and Means shows that some 58 percent of respondents in the nation ‘said that they think the operation of POGOs in the country is harmful’.