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Singapore: Casino resorts accused of targeting locals

Casinos in Singapore accused in parliament of violating casino restrictions by targeting locals.

Singapore: 3 fined for gaming chip theft

Gambling chip thefts at Marina Bay Sands results in three arrests and fines.

Singapore: Action on casino shuttle services impending

Fear that shuttle services are encouraging Singaporeans to gamble could see buses abolished.

Sands confident it can hold onto Macau sites

Las Vegas Sands doesn't believe Macau casino operator SJM Holdings will be able to wrest control of two of the company's development sites.

India may legalise sports betting after cricket scandal

India considering legalizing sports betting, in view of recent cricket betting scandal.

Stanley Ho still king in Macau

Despite the emergence of competition from Las Vegas Sands, Wynn Resorts and MGM Resorts International, Stanley Ho's 18-property casino operation continues to flourish.

Cricket world rocked again by new Pakistan fix claims

Pakistan batsman recorded saying some of his team-mates may have been fixing "almost every match".

Mobile gambling to exceed $48-billion by 2015

Analysts predict increase in mobile betting, report published today says.

Cricket investigation will take months

Investigation into players suspected in cricket spot-betting scam could take months.

Sands attorney says businessman did "nothing" in Macau

An attorney representing Las Vegas Sands told the Nevada Supreme Court a Hong Kong businessman "did virtually nothing" to help the casino operator win a Macau gaming license.

Australia responds to Pakistan betting scandal

Fallout from Pakistan cricket scandal continues, as Australian gaming ministers to review whether it is necessary to ban bets on Pakistan's cricket matches.

PM tells Singaporeans to leave gambling to foreigners

Singapore PM appears to caution Singaporeans to leave gambling to foreigners.

Pakistan team sent to investigate cricket betting scandal

Pakistan dispatches three-man investigation team to London on foot of spot-betting allegations.

Match fixing allegations prompt public protests in Pakistan and England

Angry cricket fans vent their fury by hurling vegetables at team bus in London and donkeys in Lahore, Pakistan.

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.

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