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IMF recommends Macao diversify economy

The IMF has advised Macau to diversify its economy to include more than gambling.

Las Vegas Sands: Strong growth in Q2 profit

The casino operator Wednesday credited another strong quarter from the company’s casinos in Macau with producing double-digit increases in both revenues and earnings. But the figures didn’t meet analyst projections.

China slowdown impacts Melco Crown shares

Shares in Melco Crown Entertainment have fallen 7 percent since June.

Looking beyond the Horizon is theme of 2014 Macao Gaming Summit

The Summit will include keynote sessions on the regulatory environment in Asia-Pacific, the future of gaming in Macao and beyond, opportunities in Asia-Pacific comprising industry updates on mature, emerging and future markets as well as best practices required in the region.

Singapore anti gaming ad backfires

The advert designed to warn people of the dangers of gambling, featured a young boy dismayed by his dad who has bet his whole life savings on Germany.

High hopes for casinos in Japan

Although nothing was resolved over the past few months in what seems to be a never-ending effort to bring casinos to Japan, gaming leaders and analysts walked away encouraged.

Bonus for Sands China employees

Sands China Ltd 27,000 employees have some pleasant news in this month's pay packet.

Macau sees first gaming revenue dip in June

Macau revenue down 3.7 percent in June, first dip in five years.

Japan: Prime Minister backs casino legislation

Japan's Prime Minister backs introducing legislation that would legalize casinos in the country ahead of the 2020 Olympics.

Changing fortunes: Sports teams rise, fall — and so does Macau gambling

In Macau, there are ominous signs the market will suffer its first gaming revenue decrease since June 2010.

Thailand clamps down on World Cup gambling

Thailand's military government have cracked down on illegal gambling during the World Cup.

Thailand clamps down on World Cup gambling

Thailand's military government have cracked down on illegal gambling during the World Cup.

Large World Cup gambling ring busted

Police bust World Cup gambling ring in Macau, 22 people arrested.

Barona Resort & Casino to celebrate Philippine Independence Day with cash prizes

There will be a winner every 15 minutes at Barona Resort & Casino to celebrate Philippine Independence Day on June 1, 2014.

Japan looks to Singapore for casino tourism model

Japan's Prime Minister toured Singapore's casinos while he was in town to give a defence related speech last Friday.

Survey: Half of Macau's casino workers do not want to work in smoking areas

Survey shows over 50 percent of Macau's casino workers do not want to work in smoking areas of casinos.

Gaming commissioners give OK to Genting; construction to begin this summer

Genting Group's proposal to build Resorts World Las Vegas was approved during the meeting by the Nevada Gaming Commission.

Okada group to pursue Manila casino complex

The Okada Group will move continue with its plan to build a casino complex in Manila.

Sri Lanka won't oppose casino in Crown resort plan

Crown Resorts planned resort will not be opposed by the Sri Lankan government if an existing casino licence is utilized.

Japan: Gambler wants his losses treated as tax deductions

A Japanese civil servant wants his gambling losses treated as a tax deductible business expense.

Singapore launches new centralized self-exclusion system

New system allows people to self-exclude from non-casino gambling venues as well as the two large casinos.

Macau April gaming revenue enough to ease worries of a market slowdown

Macau’s Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau said Friday casinos collected $3.9 billion in gaming revenue during April, a 10.6 percent increase over April 2013.

Venetian, Palazzo barely an afterthought with Macau in the mix

More than half of Las Vegas Sands’ quarterly revenue — $2.02 billion — came from its Macau resorts.

Driven by Macau, Las Vegas Sands Corp. earnings rise 36 percent

Chairman Sheldon Adelson said there is no reason to believe the market — China’s only legal gambling jurisdiction — will slow down any time soon.

Macau casinos again top $4 billion in monthly gaming revenues

Macau’s gaming market grew revenue 13.1 percent during March with $4.4 billion collected in gaming revenue, according to figures released Tuesday by the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau.

Revenue from Macau casinos enriches industry billionaire

It makes sense that the region — the only location in China with casinos — is creating more gaming industry billionaires than Las Vegas.

Boyd Gaming displays interest in Japan casino

CEO Keith Smith used a fourth-quarter conference call Wednesday to express Boyd Gaming’s interest in the potential Japanese casino market.



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