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Malaysia: Sentosa casino has not affected us

Malaysia tourism numbers unchanged by Sentosa opening, Tourism Minister says.

Three foreigners caught for allegedly cheating at RWS casino

Three foreigners, accused of cheating at World Resorts Sentosa, face Singapore court Monday.

Philippines: Belle to open all-suite hotel-casino in June

A Harrah's Entertainment operated hotel and casino will open it's first phase next June in Parañaque.

Illinois investigating MGM Mirage's Macau partner

The Illinois Gaming Board is investigating the business partnership between MGM Mirage and Hong Kong businesswoman Pansy Ho.

Wynn Macau opens Encore hotel

The new property is an all-suites boutique hotel that is adjacent to its sister resort, Wynn Macau.

Match-fixing dogs European football even after arrests

BBC World Service report grapples with match-fixing.

Reuters report targets Sands' ties in Macau

The news wire service is questioning connections between Las Vegas Sands and Cheung Chi-tai, a Macau-based businessman alleged to have ties to organized crime.

Largest house of cards built in Macau casino

A house of cards, built to replicate the Venetian Macau, drew crowds to watch it being torn down.

Sports betting under review in Malaysia

In advance of World Cup, Malaysia may consider legalizing sports betting.

Would Pansy Ho get a Nevada gaming license?

Nevada Gaming Control Board Chairman Dennis Neilander said that he "didn't know" if he could answer a question on whether Pansy Ho would win a Nevada gaming license.

N.J. says Asian casino boss has mob ties

New Jersey gaming regulators say that MGM Mirage's business partner Pansy Ho is unstable and has mob ties in China.

Macau may take back land promised to casino operators

Macau's chief executive said Macau may seek to reclaim land promised to casino operators, with the sites being used for other development purposes.

Macau curtailing new casino construction

Macau will continue to regulate the number of casinos as only the new casinos allowed to be built will be ones with construction plans already approved.

Japanese gaming to profit from child subsidies

Japanese government increases to family benefit are expected to benefit the gambling industry.

All dealers at second casino are Singaporeans or PRs

Marina Bay Sands has recruited Singaporeans and permanent residents for all its 1,800 dealer positions thus far.

Macau our breeding ground for high-rollers: Crown

Crown Limited remains committed to its stake in Macau casinos.

Marina Bay Sands in Singapore to open in April

Singapore's second casino Marina Bay Sands will open April 27, 2010.

Macau helps lessen Wynn loss

The casino operator announced it had narrowed its fourth-quarter net loss from a year ago based on results from Wynn Macau.

Israel again mulls Eilat casino

Tourism ministers are again considering building a casino in Eilat on the Red Sea.

Sands to open part of Singapore resort in April

The first phase of the $5.5 billion Marina Bay Sands in Singapore will be unveiled on April 27.

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