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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.

China: 3600 arrested in China for world cup gambling

3,600 arrested in World Cup crackdown raids.

Smoking ban to harm casino revenues

AGA President estimates revenue would drop in Asia casinos if smoking ban introduced.

Bursa Malaysia to probe sports betting permit issue

Bursa Malaysia may probe Berjaya Corp's plan to purchase stake in Ascot Sports.

Harrah's optimistic on Macao allowing more gaming entrants

Harrah's hopeful opportunity will come to enter Macau market.

Casino levy exemptions causing questions at Marina Bay Sands

15 diners, who had to exit Marina Bay Sands via casino refuse to pay casino entry levy, suggests control act needs tweaking.

China cracks down on online gambling

Government clampdown nets 3,430 arrests in 670 online gambling cases.

Men "the Master" Nguyen wins seventh WSOP bracelet

Men “the Master” Nguyen topped a field of 150 of the world’s best poker players to claim the $10,000 Seven-Card Stud World Championship (Event #10) at the World Series of Poker for his seventh career WSOP gold bracelet and $394,807 in the early-morning hours on Sunday.

Las Vegas Sands teaming up with Playboy in Macau

The agreement calls for a 12,000-square-foot Playboy Club to be built on the top level of the Sands Macau.

Hong Kong ready to pounce on illegal football betting

Hong Kong police are prepped and ready to hunt down illegal bookies and websites during the World Cup.

LV Sands closes $1.75 billion in financing for Macau

Las Vegas Sands took a step toward restarting its Macau projects by closing $1.75 billion in financing through its Chinese subsidiary.

Fine for Singapore casino chip thief

Man fined S$2,000 for stealing chips at Marina Bay Sands.

Casino entry levies good to Singapore

Recently opened resorts in Singapore have already collected $70 million in entry levies.

Macau revenue likely up, up, up

Macau's casino revenue continues its climb according to analysts.

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