Bloomberry Cultural Foundation, the charitable arm of Bloomberry Resorts and Hotels, donated eight patrol cars to the Philippines National Police (PNP) on Tuesday.
Macau casino operator Sands China is set to help revitalize various old districts in the city. These include the Iec Long Fireworks Factory, Pátio da Eterna Felicidade, Rua Das Estalagens, and their surrounding areas.
MGM Resorts says that it has finally reached an implementation agreement for its massive IR project in Osaka, Japan.
Sega Sammy has announced strict changes to its European business, choosing to cancel the title distribution of certain products in the region.
Australia and New Zealand gaming operator SkyCity Entertainment Group has announced the appointment of a new non-executive director to the company’s board. The group, in a Thursday announcement, noted that Donna Cooper had been approved as a non-executive director of the SkyCity board, effective the same day.
A US judge has temporarily blocked the dissolution of Special Purpose Acquisition Company (SPAC) 26 Capital after a lawsuit to recover some $1.9 million in legal fees linked to the defunct plan for a merger with Okada Manila operator Universal Entertainment.
Hong Kong-listed real estate giant and gaming operator Far East Consortium (FEC) is planning to spin-ff one of its subsidiaries on the bourse, with a public and international offering of shares.
The demise of the VIP junket sector likely means Cambodia casino operator NagaCorp's EBITDA will unlikely return to pre-covid 'anytime soon', as the company had a 'historical over-reliance on VIP GGR, according to the latest investment memo from Citigroup.
Macau casino operator Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) is set to help revitalize Lai Chi Vun, the old shipyards in Coloane.
Pachinko operator Okura Holdings reported 13 percent year-on-year revenue jump in the first half of this year, reporting some revenue increased by approximately JPY6,284 million ($42 million) for the period.
Macau's gross gaming revenue (GGR) reached MOP14.9 billion ($1.85 billion) in September, down 13.2 percent from MOP17.2 billion ($2.1 billion) in August.