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Macao January gambling revenue up 35 percent

Macau's January revenue boosted by Chinese New Year visitors and celebrations.

Marina Bay Sands seeks to recover gamblers debts

Marina Bay Sands pursuing gamblers, who allegedly owe $1 million, through the courts.

Macau headed for another record-breaking month

Union Gaming Group principal Grant Govertsen predicted that when January’s gaming revenue totals in Macau are counted, it would break last October’s single month record of $3.4 billion.

Melco Crown shares rise on rumoured loan

Melco Crown Entertainment shares rise on rumour it's seeking a loan to finance a new Macau property.

Macau limiting slots-only casinos

The Macau government has implemented new regulations that will keep slot machine parlors from operating in residential parts of the city.

South Korea: $3 Billion casino-resort planned for airport

New US$3 Billion casino-resort planned for South Korea's main airport.

Israel: Banks instructed not to provide service if illegal gambling suspected

Israel's bank do not have to provide service to online gambling websites they suspect of involvement in illegal gambling under new directive.

Asia Entertainment & Resources report US$1.756 billion rolling chip turnover for December

Rolling Chip Turnover for the month of December 2011 at the company’s VIP rooms in Macau was up 31% year-over-year.

Macau gaming revenues $33.5 billion last year

Macau's 2011 gaming revenue total surpassed the combined casino revenues produced by the top 20 U.S. commercial casino markets in 2010.

Singapore casinos gear up for Chinese New Year

Singapore's two casino are anticipating large crowds for Chinese New Year.

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.

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