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Chinese government cleans up illegal soccer gambling

The Chinese government has launched a nationwide campaign against illegal soccer gambling.

Europe hit by 'biggest-ever' match-fixing scandal

200 games may have been compromised in Europe’s biggest ever match-fixing scandal.

Macau hotel to display Jacko 'moonwalk' glove

Michael Jackson's original Moonwalk glove bought by Macau casino at auction.

Israeli online gambling ring busted

Illegal online gambling operation that made 340 million shekels ($90 million) in two years busted.

LV Sands to restart Macau projects

Las Vegas Sands plans to restart its stalled hotel-casino projects on Macau's Cotai Strip.

Macau's gambling industry faces nightmare of water rationing

Macau may be forced to ration drinking water, which could spell disaster for casinos.

Japan: Illegal baseball game betting case grows

Two arrested illegal baseball gambling suspects may face further charges over another baseball gambling case.

Baseball betting scandal hits Taiwan

Six people arrested in Taiwan, suspected of accepting bets in a baseball match fixing scandal.

Chef Boulud leaving Wynn for Las Vegas Sands

Daniel Boulud is one of six celebrity chefs who will open a restaurant at the $5.4 billion Marina Bay Sands in Singapore

LV Sands seeks funds for Macau

Las Vegas Sands is seeking up to $2 billion to restart its stalled casino projects in Macau.

MGM Mirage explores Hong Kong IPO

The casino giant is is exploring an initial public offering in the Asian market.

MGM plans Macau casino expansion

International news brief: MGM Mirage and business partner Pansy Ho plan to expand their Macau casino.

Wynn says Macau may slow gambling development

News brief: Steve Wynn said that the Chinese city may be moving to slow development in the fast-growing casino center.

Wynn, Sands shares fall after Macau limits

Shares in Wynn Resorts and Las Vegas Sands fell following a report in the Wall Street Journal that said Macau may be exploring changes in its gambling limits.

Wynn Macau shares rise in Hong Kong

International news brief: Wynn Macau shares rose 6.9 percent on its first day of trading in Hong Kong.

Wynn raises $1.6 billion in Macau IPO

International news brief: The unit of Las Vegas-based Wynn Resorts Ltd. sold 1.25 billion new shares at 10.08 Hong Kong dollars.

Analyst sees positive signs in Macau

JP Morgan gaming analyst Joe Greff said Macau has shown signs of recovering from its economic doldrums of the past 18 months.

Wynn sees no threat to Asia casinos from Singapore

International news brief: Wynn says Singapore's two upcoming casinos will not pose a threat to its Macau business.

Hard men reign in Packer's dream

International news brief: Sparkling bars and boutique stalls at James Packer's City of Dreams casino deserted, while noodle bar is doing a roaring trade.

Exclusive: China eases Macau visas; casino shares mixed

International news brief: China has quietly eased restrictions on its citizens traveling from Guangdong province to Macau, sending casino stocks soaring.

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