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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.

Turkey: Sportingbet's site blocked

Sportingbet's Turkish website frozen as regulators try to prevent sale of its business.

Macau helps boost Wynn earnings

A 41.7 percent increase in revenues at Wynn Macau helped return Wynn Resorts to profitability in the third quarter.

Cricket fixing trial begins in London for Pakistan players

Cricket fixing trial underway in London hears how players would allegedly accept bribes to manipulate the score within the brackets system.

Kyrgyzstan bans gambling

Kyrgyzstan bans gambling under new law, single designated gambling zone only will be permitted.

Stocks fall on China growth worry

Shares prices for Wynn Macau and Sands China fall sharply over fear that China's growth may slow.

Casino operators continue to invest in Macau

With Macau Gaming revenues showing no signs of slowing, casino operators from across the globe continue to invest in the world's largest gaming hub.

Macau has no plan to end non-racing sports betting monopoly

Macau government renews Macau Slot sports betting contract for third year, no plans for changes to the monopoly.

Packer, Ho consider Manila casino investment

James Packer and Lawrence Ho could invest $1 billion in a Manila casino venture.

Wynn Macau turns five-years-old

Wynn Macau opened on Sept. 6, 2006 and the luxury resort has thrived in the booming Macau gaming market.

Macau casino revenues top $3 billion in August

Macau's 34 casinos shattered single-month gaming revenue figures in August, collecting $3.09 billion from gamblers.

Singapore casinos tame gaming beast

Singapore approved the country's first casinos in 2006 and five years later Marina Bay Sands and the casino at Resort World Sentosa are as popular as ever.

Macau casino operators -- A safe haven during US economic downturn

Despite the current economic downturn in the US, resorts and casinos with operations in Macau are continuing to post record results.

MGM Resorts reverses second-quarter loss

MGM Resorts executives said visitation trends in Las Vegas were strong in the first six months of the year at the company's 10 Strip resorts.

Sands subsidiary to open luxury hotel in Macau

Sands China announced its new multibillion-dollar Macau resort would house Hilton and Intercontinental hotel brands when it opens.

Macau Cup kicks off this weekend

The Macau Poker Cup begins on Aug. 6 at the PokerStars Macau at Casino Grand Lisboa and features a main event with a HKD $3 million guarantee.

Singapore: Three charged with entering casino with false ID

Three people to be charged in Singapore for entering casino with false ID.

Macau gaming revenues hit $3 billion mark

Casino authorities in Macau said Monday that gaming revenues grew 48.4 percent in July, hitting the $3 billion mark for just the second time.

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