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China: Bomb blast at illegal gambling den

A bomb exploded today killing 14 people at an illegal gambling den in China.

Wynn Macau appoints Gamal Aziz president

Steve Wynn will continue to serve as CEO and chairman of Wynn Macau.

Macau gambling revenue rises 18.6 percent to $45 billion in 2013

Growth was slightly higher than the 13 to 17 percent estimates of six analysts.

Bally Technologies Titanic video slot game sweeps awards at Macao Gaming Show

Bally's Titanic video slot wins awards in four categories at Macao Gaming Show.

Private Philippine company rumored to be partnering with Okada

First Paramount Holdings are rumoured to be close to signing a partnership deal with Okada that would give stake in Manila Bay casino.

Genting plans renovations at Malaysia resort

Genting plans upgrades to properties that include a theme park.

Macao revenue predicted to rise in 2014

Analysts predict 20 percent rise in revenue for Macao in 2014.

Macau operations help credit profiles of Las Vegas Sands, Wynn Resorts

Wells Fargo Securities gaming analyst Dennis Farrell Jr. said Las Vegas Sands and Wynn Resorts have the best credit profiles of any of the major casino operators, primarily because of their wholly owned Macau operations.

Japan: Gambing bill filed in Japanese parliament

A bill to legalize casino gambling in Japan has been submitted by two parties to parliament.

Official: Israel interested in Las Vegas-style casino in Negev Desert

Israel Consul General David Siegel said discussion of gaming that could benefit Israeli tourism is in the preliminary stages only.

Macau gaming revenues reach $40 billion in 2013

With one month left in 2013, Macau’s casino industry already has blown away its 2012 record gaming revenue production.

November was a bumper month for Macao

Revenue up again in November for Macau, a whopping 21.3 percent.

Inside Gaming: No mixed signals, no more licenses

The Macau government has changed direction in the past on several matters concerning the casino industry, but not on this issue.

The Philippines: Construction begins on Entertainment City casino

Construction has already begun on Kazuo Okada's Entertainment City casino resort with completion estimated for 2015.

Update on Bodog office raids in Manila

Bodog staff categorically rejected any suggestion that the company had ever offered illegal underground numbers games to Philippine nationals.

Federal panel raises deep concerns about gaming in Macau

Several commissioners suggested that federal oversight or regulation of U.S. gaming companies doing business in Macau might be merited.

SJM want more locals employed in Macao casinos

Calls by SJM and locals for foreign companies to be required to employ more locals in high paying management positions at casinos.

Galaxy would consider Japan, Taiwan investment if markets open up

Galaxy Entertainment is eyeing both Japan and Taiwan as potential investment markets should gaming markets open up.

Calvin Ayre to match gaming industry donations to Philippines

The Calvin Ayre Foundation will match all donations made by the online gambling industry peso for peso, up to $1 million.

Macau casinos produce record-breaking $4.6 billion in October

The Macau Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau said Friday the results were a 31.7 percent increase over the October 2012 total.

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