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NagaWorld reopened as of Sep 15: Chairman

NagaWorld has reopened as of September 15 after more than six months of temporary closure due to Covid-19, according to NagaCorp chairman Timothy McNally.
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Beijing given chance to reset the table in Macau: Lee

The latest developments in relation to Macau’s gaming concession retendering process has given a chance for Beijing to “reset the table” in respect to the makeup of Chinese vs American casino companies in Macau. 
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Macau tourism authorities see 35k daily visitors for Golden Week

Macau tourism authorities expect to welcome about 35,000 visitors a day during the Golden Week holiday, up slightly from the 30,000 predicted in August.
Blackstone makes A$8 billion bid for Crown Resorts

Crown loses another director as Antonia Korsanos quits

Crown Resorts director Antonia Korsanos is stepping down, becoming the 10th board member to quit this year.

Research firm forecast intact for Genting despite Yokohama withdrawal

Malaysia’s PublicInvest Research said it has left its forecasts and recommendations for Genting Bhd unchanged despite it losing its chance to be part of an IR project in Yokohama.

U.S. casino stocks fall as Macau announces more oversight

Macau government has proposed more government oversight of gaming companies as part of its consultation paper released yesterday for public review. 

Macau mulls concession numbers, to scrap sub-concessions

Macau has released its long-awaited consultation paper on the gaming industry, saying it proposes revising the number of concessions and abandoning the current system of sub-concessions.
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China renews pressure on Cambodia to stamp out online gambling

China is again putting pressure on Cambodia to stamp out online gambling in the country, which has continued to thrive despite a 2019 ban.

Crown considering mandatory vaccinations for all staff/visitors

Crown Resorts is considering making it mandatory for all staff to be vaccinated and for visitors to its properties, under a 'no jab, no entry' policy.
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Melco to continue to explore opportunities in Japan

Melco Resorts said it will continue to explore opportunities in Japan after politics upended its efforts to obtain a license in Yokohama.