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North Korean casinos close for period of mourning

North Korea's Emperor Hotel & Casino has closed temporarily for the national mourning of Jim Jong II.

Asia Pacific Poker Tour to add stop in Seoul

The PokerStars Asia Pacific Poker Tour will set up shop in Seoul, South Korea from March 7-11 at the Paradise Walkerhill Casino.

Japan to embrace gambling

150 lawmakers to propose legislation that would allow slots and table games at hotels and restaurants in Japan.

Proposed Miami casino could deal blow to Vegas

A potential casino complex in Miami could siphon an estimated $1 billion to $2 billion in annual gaming revenues away from the Las Vegas Strip.

Macau gaming revenues shatter last year's record

Macau's 34 casino collected more than $30.5 billion in gaming revenues in 2011, surpassing last year's $23.5 billion mark during the third quarter.

Macau gaming market still red hot

In 2010, Macau produced $23.5 billion in gaming revenues, more than five times the total on the Las Vegas Strip.

Singapore to introduce advertising & promotions guidelines for casinos

Singapore introduces stricter advertising and promotion controls on casinos, to prevent them targeting locals.

Pennsylvania Gaming Board Director of Licensing named president of IAGR

Susan Hensel named to run International Association of Gaming Regulators for a one-year-term.

Moody's bullish on Vegas gaming companies

Moody's Investors Service upgraded its opinion of MGM Resorts International, Las Vegas Sands and Wynn Resorts.

Macau Gaming still surging while Las Vegas shows signs of a pulse

Las Vegas has taken a back seat to the exploding gaming markets of Macau and to a lesser extent, Singapore.

APPT Macau Season Five ready to launch

PokerStars Macau at Casino Grand Lisboa will host the third leg of the PokerStars.net Asia Pacific Poker Tour from Nov. 17-27.

Genting Casino launches Genting World Tour

The overall winner of the promotion gets to go on a trip to one of the famous Genting Resorts World destinations in either Singapore or New York.

International Cricket Council under pressure to take action over corruption

In the aftermath of the cricket spot-fixing trial, there are strong calls for decisive action by the International Cricket Council.

Singapore: Genting stocks rise on Marina Bay Sands results

Genting Singapore shares rise on news of rival's strong Q3 performance.

Spot-fixing cricket trial players sentenced

Lengthy jail sentences were doled out in the Pakistan cricket spot-fixing trial yesterday.

Cricket fixing trial: Pakistan cricketers guilty of conspiracy to cheat

Three former Pakistan cricketers have been convicted of "spot-fixing" after a trial in London.

Macau gaming revenues hit record in October

Macau casino operators collected gaming revenues of $3.36 billion in October, an eight percent increase of the previous one-month record set in August.

South Korea: Foreign visitor numbers up for casinos

Boom times for Korea's casinos.

Asian success boosts Las Vegas Sands results

Las Vegas Sands reported that its third-quarter net income had increased by 110.5 percent compared to a year ago.

Singapore: More foreigners than locals seek self exclusion

More foreigners than locals apply for self-exclusion status from Singapore casinos, newly released figures show.

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