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Macau gaming supply constrained after Sands opening

Fitch Ratings expects Macau's gaming market fundamentals to remain positive following Sands new casino opening on the Cotai Strip.

Macao: Sands opens new casino

A year late, Sands Cotai Central opens in Macau complete with 1,800 rooms.

MicroFirst reaches deal to provide slot machine touch screens to Sands China

From interactive bonus content to visual and audio personalized greetings, the MicroFirst content will allow patrons to read and interact in English, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese across nearly seven thousand slot machines at the five properties combined.

Malaysia: 150 arrested for fraud, gambling

150 arrested in Malaysia tele-scam and online gambling raid.

John L. Smith: Macau's reputation doesn't seem to bother Nevada gaming licensees

Smith wonders how long it will take for the shady side of Macau to haunt Las Vegas-based casino operators.

Singapore adds initiatives to help problem gamblers

Self-guided online intervention workbook part of initiative launched by Singapore's addiction service.

Macau gaming revenues hit $3.12 billion in March

First-quarter gaming revenues in Macau increased 27 percent over 2011.

Asia Entertainment & Resources sees rolling chip turnover rise

Unaudited Rolling Chip Turnover for March 2012 at the company’s three VIP rooms in Macau up 36% year-over-year.

March happy for Macao

Macau revenue rose 24.4 per cent during March according to figures released on Monday.

Genting Singapore boosted by junket licensing

Singapore's move to license two casino junket operators positively impacted Genting shares.

Macau: Galaxy profits up

Galaxy Entertainment reports healthy profits in 2011.

South Korea: 31 arrested in volleyball match-fixing scandal

Match-fixing scandal involves 23 matches, 31 people arrested.

Gaming industry staying away from Las Vegas Strip

The industry is focusing on nongaming attractions instead of resort expansion along the Strip for the rest of the decade.

Singapore: Govt looking at targeted measures to deter problem gamblers

The Singapore government is investigating possible interventions such as circuit breakers to deter and protect gambling addicts.

Indonesia: Five men publicly caned for gambling

Five men receive six lashes each in public caning over gambling.

Macao: Gaming growth expected to slow in 2012

Macau government expect revenue growth to slow in 2012.

Asia Entertainment & Resources announce 37% increase in rolling chip turnover for Feb 2012

Rolling chip turnover up 37 percent in Feb to US$1.910 billion compared to Feb. 2011.

Singapore wants casinos to promote responsible gaming

Pressure is mounting on Singapore's casinos to be more pro-active around responsible gaming.

MGM Resorts shrinks fourth quarter net loss

MGM Resorts reduced its net loss in the fourth quarter, telling investors that revenues improved at the company's Strip resorts.

Wynn Macau releases statement on Okada removal

Wynn Macau's Board of Directors voted unanimously to remove Kazuo Okada from the Board effective immediately.

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