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APT announces opening event for 2009

The Asian Poker Tour will follow its inaugural 2008 season with a 2009 schedule that begins with the APT Philippines at the Dusit Thani Manila Hotel from Jan. 27-Feb. 1.

US casino stocks hit new lows as credit woes bite

News brief: Shares of casino stocks hit new lows Tuesday as credit markets remain frozen.

Macau's drop-off hurting Las Vegas

For the second straight day, bad news from Macau has reverberated on Wall Street.

China visa rules raise worries

A new round of visa restrictions by the Chinese government that impedes the number of visitors into Macau was not well-received Thursday by Wall Street.

Keeping problem gamblers in check

International news brief: Even before Singapore’s first casino opens, applications to bar people from entering the gaming establishment may be received as early as January.

Manila-based online gambling site busted South Korean officials

International news brief: South Korean prosecutors have busted an online gambling ring operated by Koreans from the Philippine capital Manila.

Singapore: Marina Bay Sands developer optimistic about project

International news brief: Marina Bay Sands is expected to be profitable from day one and the expected payback timeframe is between five and eight years.

Macao's gaming revenue growth slowdown arouses fears of mass lay-offs

International news brief: Macao may be starting to feel the pinch after a long lasting boom

Experts say Macau's success spurring Asia's gaming industry

International News Brief: Macau's success as a gaming haven is spurring the industry in Asia, experts said Tuesday.

Oyster outbreak in Macau

International News Brief: Victims had eaten oysters from Pearlwin Ltd, a Hong Kong supplier, at the Venetian Macau, Sands Hotel, Gold Dragon Hotel and Macau Tower

Casinos with the most restaurants show international flavor

Gambling on an empty stomach isn't fun. Who needs hunger headaches when you're trying to decide whether to split aces? Plus, many casinos offer restaurants with high-end chefs and great food. So if you're looking for plenty of restaurant options on your next trip, check out these places.

Singapore visitor wins jackpot at StarWorld

International News Brief: A visitor from Singapore yesterday won a 1.04 million Hong Kong dollar jackpot at StarWorld casino.

2008 APT Macau winner crowned

Yevgeniy Timoshenko, a highly rated player from the United States of Ukrainian descent has won the 2008 APT Macau, Asia's largest guaranteed tournament, at the glamourous Galaxy StarWorld.

International Gambling College expands throughout Asia

International Gambling College is introducing serious gambling students to state-of-the-art player training methods, and prepares to expand its training to people in Mainland China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong.

Zaia opens at Venetian Macao-Resort

Zaia, the very first permanent Cirque du Soleil production to open in Asia, celebrated its world premiere on August 28, 2008 at the Venetian Macao- Resort-Hotel to coincide with the 1st anniversary of its host resort-hotel.

Las Vegas Sands opens second Macao property

Las Vegas Sands Corp. today celebrated the opening of its second Cotai Strip property, the Four Seasons Hotel Macao.

APT invites Michael Phleps to Macao

With the recent revelation by 8 time Olympic gold medallist Michael Phelps that he is a big poker fan, the Asian Poker Tour have invited him to stop off on his way home and play in the APT Maca0 next week.

Sands exec calms Macao fears

A week before the opening of Las Vegas Sands' newest $1 billion addition to Macau's Cotai Strip, company President Bill Weidner downplayed Chinese media reports that the government wants to slow visitation into the gambling enclave.

Macau casino shares hit after visa changes rumors

International News Brief: Shares of Las Vegas Sands Corp., MGM Mirage and others tumbled this week after Portuguese news service Lusa reported that Beijing might make it harder for mainland Chinese to visit Macao.

G2E Asia debuts new pavillion

Global Gaming Expo Asia 2009 will mark the debut of the new Design, Décor & Hospitality Pavilion, which will showcase the latest trends, products and services in this increasingly important sector of the Asian gaming market.

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