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5 charged with using fake casino chips in Singapore

Five Indian nationals stand accused of allegedly using fake casino chips at the Marina Bay Sands casino.

Gambling making a discreet comeback in Syria

A new casino has quietly opened in Damascus, despite not having an "official" license.

Macau gambling revenues rise 66 percent

Gaming revenues in Macau were up 66 percent in December and almost 58 percent for 2010.

PokerStars ready for Macau return

The online poker room has released the schedule for the Macau Poker Cup, which will take place in February at the Grand Lisboa Casino.

Singapore: Celeb's daughter to plead guilty on chip theft charge

Daughter of Taiwanese actor to plead guilty to stealing casino chips from Resorts World Sentosa.

Marina Bay Sands to open world's first ArtScience museum

Marina Bay Sands to launch world's first ArtScience museum Feb. 17, 2011.

Business is booming for MGM in Macau

MGM Resorts said the MGM Grand Macau had its best three-month period ever, earning operating income of $61 million.

The Philippines: Belle may seek to work with Asia Pacific Gaming

Belle may seek Asia Pacific Gaming help in operating The Belle Grand Manila Bay.

Singapore: Casinos are a winning hand

Revenue predicted to double next year to $5.5 billion in Singapore's casino success story.

2010 bumper year for Singapore tourism

Singapore enjoyed a bumper year for tourism, both numbers and receipts.

Macau: Changes to land law mean public tender required

A new land law coming into effect will mean land for casinos will no longer be exempt from public tender.

Japan casino plan has South Korea nervous

If Japan ends its ban on casinos, South Korea needs to brace for the financial impact.

Singapore: 5 arrests for casino entry impersonation

5, arrested since August for entering casino impersonating others, face court Tuesday.

There are $5 billion reasons to love Singapore

Analysts believe Singapore's two casinos will produce gaming revenues of more than $5 billion in the Asian nation's first year of legalized gambling.

Macau: Government taxed junkets

Macau government nabs $31 million in tax on casino junket promoter commissions.

Macau: 100 held in prostitution swoop at Venetian

Macau police clampdown on sex-trade, 122 women arrested for prostitution at The Venetian Macao.

Singapore: market set to be region's No 2

Singapore will rise to become the Asia-Pacific region's second-largest casino market next year.

Macao: No comment on slots cap

The question of whether Macau will cap slot-machine numbers remains unanswered.

Singapore: Woman arrested for pretending to be foreigner

Woman arrested for entering casino using foreign ID to avoid paying entrance fee.

Singapore: 3000 Malaysians gamble each day

Estimates put the numbers of Malaysians visiting Singapore casinos at 3000 per day.

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