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Cricket in crisis after allegations of Pakistan match fixing

Cricket thrown into major crisis after possible match-fixing by Pakistan cricket players uncovered.

Sands delay project in Macau

Sands delay Macau opening due to labour shortage problems.

Casino cash good for Singapore economy

More casino revenue growth expected in Singapore by government estimates.

Pop star spends S$2 mil in casino in two days

Taiwanese pop star has expensive fun at Marina Bay Sands.

Singapore: Man who lost S$26 million over 3 days to sue

Man who lost $26 million at Resorts World Sentosa contemplates legal action.

Israeli police order block of gambling sites

Israeli police have instructed Internet service providers to block access to overseas online gambling Web sites.

Japan: Sumo Association chairman vows clampdown on gangsters

New chairman determined to root out crime links to sumo wrestling after recent gambling scandal.

Many lawyers nabbed in poker bust

160 Hong Kong based professionals arrested and bailed until next week, after raid on poker game.

Report: Macao has potential for money laundering and terrorist financing

Just published US State Dept. report cites Macau's potential for money laundering and terrorist financing activities as high.

The Philippines: New casino applications suspended

Pagcor not allowing any further licences for new "gambling franchises".

Macau is booming and Vegas is glooming

Macau gaming revenues surged more than 70 percent in July while gaming revenues in Las Vegas are "showing no signs of turning around."

Macau casino revenue back up

As predicted, gamblers are back in Macau casinos after the World Cup.

Hong Kong: Banker charged in underground poker game

Merrill Lynch banker among eight charged for participating in illegal Hong Kong poker game.

Singapore visitors numbers up

Tourist numbers up in Singapore.

Las Vegas Sands narrows second quarter net loss

The casino operator was able to shrink its second quarter net loss due to booming business in Macau.

Two new execs for Sands

Search for replacements for fired Sands executives already underway.

Resorts World Sentosa bound bus crashes

Tour bus accident in casino car park sends tourists to hospital.

Las Vegas Sands fires top Macau exec

Sands China Chief Executive Officer and President Steven Jacobs was removed from his position on Friday.

Hong Kong casino shares rise

Hong Kong shares bloom despite Macau revenue dip.

Macao: Revenue may rise this month

Macau revenue expected to rise this month, as gamblers recover from World Cup distractions.

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