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Singapore could be second only to Macau in 2011

Only a year since the first resort opened, Singapore now poised to become Asia-Pacific's second largest gaming market within 2011.

Success in Singapore leads operators to look towards Asia

Other Asian markets may be looking to copy the Singapore model after the island country has seen great success with two new hotel-casinos.

Stanley Ho drama heats up in Macau

Three of Stanley Ho's four wives and 17 of his children are tussling over their share of his estimated $3 billion in assets.

Australia: Sport wants match-fixing law

After Pakistan cricket scandal, Australian sports body calls for national legislation to tackle match-fixing and sport related corruption.

Lawmaker wants regulation on casino shuttle bus impact

Macau lawmaker raises issues around explosion in number of casino shuttle buses and their impact, asks for regulation and monitoring.

Debt follows man home from Macau

Melco chase punter in Vancouver, BC who owes them 3 and a half million HK dollars.

Union Gaming Group opens Macau office

The Las Vegas-based firm, which publishes equity research and analysis on the casino industry, has opened a subsidiary on the Macau peninsula.

Macau: Chinese New Year not so lucky for casino revenue

Revenue lower than predicted for Chinese New Year period.

Nepal: Casinos ordered to quit Kathmandu

Nepal orders casinos to close and others to relocate outside the capital Kathmandu.

Players and agent charged in Pakistan cricket scandal

Suspected players and agent in last year's scandal that rocket cricket to face criminal charges over spot-fixing allegations.

Singapore resort fuels Las Vegas Sands

The Marina Bay Sands helped reverse Las Vegas Sands' fourth-quarter net loss by posting net revenues of $560.4 million.

Japan: Sumo faces another gambling scandal

Sumo wrestling in Japan rocked again by second round of gambling allegations.

Another twist in Ho empire drama

Ho now says he wants "a fair division among my family" in ongoing drama.

Macau casino revenue continues growth

Gaming revenues produced at Macau's more than three dozen casinos grew 33 percent in January.

Macau: Ho calls truce in family wrangle for empire

Stanley Ho calls truce in the interests of family harmony.

Azerbaijan: State sanctioned sports betting introduced

Azerbaijan has relaxed the gambling laws to allow the introduction of sports betting to help fund sports programs.

New bill exempts casinos

Casino employees are unhappy with Macau government's exemption for casinos from proposed transition to smoking ban for entertainment establishments.

Stanley Ho ends feud with family

In a televised broadcast in Hong Kong, Stanley Ho said he was transferring ownership of his Macau casinos to several of his 17 children and his third wife.

Japan: Sumo trio arrested for organizing illegal gambling on baseball

Japan's sumo wrestling scandal of 2009 now sees arrests made specifically for illegal gambling activities.

Lawyer says Stanley Ho doesn't want to lose casinos

A Hong Kong lawyer said the transfer of Stanley Ho's Macau casino ownership stake to several of his 17 children took place without his consent.

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