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Philippine gaming slump shows no recovery yet

Philippine gaming market is not expected to recover from its present slump any time soon.

Mohegan Sun to bid for South Korea licence

The Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority will bid for a South Korean casino licence.

Inside Gaming: Macau adding casinos despite prolonged revenue slide

Casino operators have budgeted almost $27 billion on new developments in Macau, despite the fact that Macau gaming regulators are expected to announce this week that November was the region's 18th straight month of revenue declines.

Wynn delays opening of Macau resort

The revised opening date for the $4.1 billion Wynn Palace, now three months behind schedule, is now June 25, 2016.

Trade body confirms Macao Gaming Show is 'here to stay'

The Macau Gaming Equipment Manufacturers Association will make the declaration at the commencement of the annual conference.

Macao Tourism and Culture Summit marks its debut with 'outstanding' lineup of speakers

The Summit will take place at the Macao Gaming Show from Nov. 17-19.

Inspired to showcase innovations at Macao Gaming Show

At the show, Inspired will be advising government officials on the process for developing regulations to successfully launch virtual sports in their country.

Macao Gaming Show to unveil $30 million original artwork

The piece "10,000-meter Scroll Symbolizing Long Life" by Chinese calligraphy artist Shen Hongyu has taken its creator 15 years to complete.

Court rules Sands China must defend case in Nevada

The Nevada Supreme Court ruled that a Clark County judge will continue to preside over a wrongful termination case filed five years ago against Sands China.

Iao Kun Group announces October rolling chip turnover for Macau VIP rooms

The company's rolling chip turnover in October was $470 million, down 57% from the same month a year ago.

Macau gaming revenue dips for the 17th straight month

The market's gaming revenue is now down 35.5 percent for the year through October.

JCM Global to attend Macao Gaming Show 2015

JCM will be at stand #AC-20 during the show, which runs from Nov. 17-19.

Macao Gaming Show aims to attract the best of European luxury

Some of the biggest names in European gaming will be exhibiting at the Venetian Macao next month.

Melco Crown's Studio City opens its doors

The $3.2-billion, Hollywood-themed resort casino was designed to become Asia's "entertainment capital," according to its CEO, Mr. Lawrence Ho.

MGEMA signs partnership agreement with IAGA for Macao Tourism and Culture Summit

The International Association of Gaming Advisors is now an official organizing partner for the summit, which will run concurrently with the Macao Gaming Show.

Macao Gaming Show confirms 'Boom and Fire Zone' for exhibition

The innovative new area will allow companies to showcase a diverse range of products and amenities designed to up a casino's "wow factor."

Sheldon Adelson calls Macau environment 'challenging'

Las Vegas Sands Corp. saw revenues decline in Macau, but had a positive quarter in its other markets.

Japanese lawmakers table casino expansion legislation

The Japanese legislative body decided not to hold a special legislative session in the fall, which means that 2016 is now the earliest possibility for passing new gaming bills.

International diplomacy, Steve Wynn-style

The founder and CEO of Wynn Resorts went on a "tirade" against Macau's gaming regulators in a conference call with analysts last week.

Studio City announces gaming table allocation

The Macau government has authorized Melco Crown's Hollywood-themed casino for 250 new gaming tables and 1,233 new gaming machines.

Bad! That's a bad Macau!

Steve Sebelius takes Steve Wynn to task for his most recent statements of frustration with the Chinese government.

Wynn Resorts reports Q3 2015 results

Net revenue declined slightly compared to the same quarter the prior year, in large part due to the unfavorable market conditions in Macau.

Wynn levels criticism at Macau for table game allocation

The chairman and CEO of Wynn Resorts Ltd., expressed frustration Thursday that he does not yet know how many table games the Macau government will allocate the $4 billion Wynn Palace, which is expected open on March 25.

YWS Design to exhibit at Macao Gaming Show

The presence of the Las Vegas-based international design firm at MGS highlights the breadth of exhibitors attending the event.

Chinese government may take steps to save Macau casino industry

In light of the effect of the government's corruption crackdown on high-end baccarat revenue, the Beijing government may take measures to support the Macau economy on the mass-market side.

Macau casino revenues decline 33% in September

This marks the 16th uninterrupted month of revenue decline for the beleaguered gaming hub.

Las Vegas Sands builds 200,000 hygiene kits for Clean the World

Las Vegas Sands' 24-hour global volunteer effort saw team members in properties around the world put together an unprecedented number of personal care kits.

Macau gaming officials seek to 'improve transparency' of junket operations

The junket operators, which have long been suspected of being affiliated with organized crime, have come under extra scrutiny during the Chinese government's crackdown on corruption.

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