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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.

Singapore resists money laundering

No sign yet of any money laundering in Singapore as a result of new casinos.

Illegal Tokyo casinos under scrutiny

Illegal casinos under more scrutiny and raids since sumo wrestling gambling scandal.

5,000 arrests in Asian gambling crackdown

Gambling raids by Interpol netted $10m during month of World Cup.

Two convicted of Singapore casino theft

Two convicted of theft last week at Singapore casinos results in jail and hefty fine.

Singapore: Community feels financial benefit of new casinos

Singapore community projects already benefiting from new casino fees.

China foils online gambling ring

Major online betting network smashed in China prior to World Cup.

Japan: Fallout continues in sumo gambling scandal

Fans complaints mean sumo tournament will not be broadcast live for first time in 57 years.

Japan: Sumo wrestler sacked over illegal gambling

Kotomitsuki is the first ozeki to be fired in sumo gambling scandal.

Malaysia abandons sports gambling

Malaysian government decide against issuing sports gambling licence to Ascott Sports.

Sands China looking to partner for Macau flights

In another step redolent of Las Vegas, Sands China seeks airline partner to fly tourists to Macau for budget package deals.

Punters will get fair gaming in Singapore casinos

Both new Singapore resorts meet CRA standards providing machines that are fair, secure and reliable.

Hopes high for 150,000 daily visitors at Marina Bay Sands

More stores open as Marina Bay Sands resort continues to buzz.

Singapore: Casinos keep courts busy

New casinos in Singapore are also keeping the courts busy.

Singapore resort ready for grand opening

The $5.7 billion Mariana Bay Sands in Singapore will celebrate its grand opening on Wednesday.

Farha wins third WSOP bracelet, $488,241

Sammy Farha, best known for his runner-up performance against Chris Moneymaker in the 2003 World Series of Poker Main Event, won his third WSOP gold bracelet at approximately 7 a.m. PT on Tuesday. Farha's win netted the Lebanese-born professional gambler $488,241.

Singapore: Malaysian man stole casino chips

Man fined $2,000 for stealing woman's chips at Resorts World Sentosa.

Hong Kong police smash illegal betting ring

World Cup gambling ring busted by Hong Kong police.

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