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Melco PBL Gaming, New Cotai Entertainment sign deal

Melco PBL Gaming has signed its services agreement with New Cotai Entertainment Limited to operate the casino portions of the Macau Studio City project that is targeted to open on the Cotai Strip during 2009.

Crown Macau picks GPIC product

Gaming Partners International Corporation has completed and delivered an order from Crown Macau Casino.

Venetian Macao hosts historic tennis match

The Venetian Macao Resort Hotel announced it will play host to a historic match between two of the greatest tennis players of all time.

Everest Poker Japan Cup launched

A series of online and live qualification events, the Everest Poker Japan Cup gives players the opportunity to compete live for a prize package worth $20,000.

LodgeNet chosen for Venetian Macao

LodgeNet Entertainment Corporation has been selected by Las Vegas Sands Corp. as its in-room media and guest experience provider for LVS's flagship Macao property, The Venetian Macao-Resort-Hotel.

Colorado businesses may play part in Vietnam casino

News Brief: Colorado businesses could help shape the development of a $10 million casino and resort project in Vietnam, one of a number of countries in Asia looking to expand their gambling operations.

G2E Asia in June

Global Gaming Expo Asia will bring a conference program filled with world-class educational content and the unique opportunity to hear directly from industry leaders about the trends and issues affecting the industry in Asia and around the world.

Crown Macau grand opening confirmed

Melco PBL Entertainment has confirmed that the Grand Opening of Crown Macau will take place as scheduled on May 12, 2007.

Macau success lifts Wynn Resorts' quarter

Although quarterly earnings for Wynn Resorts Ltd. reversed a year-earlier loss, company Chairman Steve Wynn lectured investors Monday on how Las Vegas history might be used to carefully judge the growth of gambling in Macau.

Las Vegas Sands dismisses competitor

International News Brief: As James Packer prepares to showcase his $760 million Crown Macau casino, his biggest rival, Las Vegas Sands, has dismissed the threat of competition.

Lottery deal gives IGT foothold with Chinese

International Game Technology, the Reno-based slot giant, on Wednesday announced an alliance with China LotSynergy Holdings Ltd. that will let it gain a foothold in the China lottery market.

China LotSynergy Holdings, IGT sign deal

China LotSynergy Holdings Limited and International Game Technology have entered into a strategic alliance through a Subscription Agreement and a Technical Cooperation Agreement on May 1, 2007.

The Venetian Macao continues tradeshow momentum

The Venetian Macao Resort Hotel continues to book Meeting, Incentive, Convention and Exhibition business at a strong pace and has inked several prominent tradeshows over the past few weeks.

MGM Mirage could be pushed to leave AC

ews Brief: An investigation by New Jersey regulators into MGM Mirage's business dealings in Macau could result in the gambling behemoth's exit from Atlantic City, an analyst said yesterday.

Inside gaming column: In Macau plot twist, Wynn shuts Tryst

A selection of news and views from inside the industry this week.

Venetian Macao hosts football match

The Venetian Macao will serve as the title sponsor of The Venetian Macao Cup, a football match pitting English Premier League powerhouse Manchester United against the Chinese Super League's Shenzhen Football Club.

Taiwanese gambling website busted

International News Brief: Prosecutors and police yesterday uncovered Taiwan's biggest-ever online gambling website.

Sun Innovation looks at Macau

Sun Innovation Holdings Ltd. Reports that intends to focus on entertainment related property development projects in Macau.

Chinese gamblers surge Macau

International News Brief: Chinese consumers and gaming liberalization have made Macau one of the fastest-growing economies globally.

Macau exec bets on staying on top

International News Brief: Macau's position as the No1 casino destination will not be threatened by Singapore or other parts of Asia, an executive from tycoon Stanley Ho Hung-sun's firm.

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