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Tim McNally checks in with Asia Gaming Brief Asia editor Felix Ng to discuss the moves that NagaCorp has been making to offset the decline in international visitation this year. McNally also comments on NagaCorp’s initial thoughts on the China Tourism Blacklist, which we have discussed extensively over the past few weeks.
The Chinese government is signaling its intention to use its digital currency policies as a tool to crack down on illegal online gambling. China Drafts...
Universal Entertainment has announced the results of its notes offering in respect to US$600 million in notes placed outside of Japan in December 2018. The...
AGTech Holdings has announced that two of its virtual sports lottery games have been terminated, a football-themed virtual sports lottery game e-Ball Lottery in Jiangsu Province and a motor racing-themed virtual sports lottery game “Lucky Racing” in Hunan Province
The revenues of local governments in South Korea are being heavily impacted by the long-term suspension of operations at Kangwon Land, triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as a running dispute over the calculation of how much money the resort is obligated to pay to the abandoned mine fund.
About 700 potential investors were invited to Grand World Phu Quoc to get a preview of its entertainment offerings in advance of the facility’s grand opening, expected to create Vietnam’s “first sleepless city.”
In the latest twist in the Imperial Pacific International saga, it has been revealed that the local authorities allowed construction of the Saipan casino resort without providing approved construction plans.
The Yokohama Chamber of Commerce & Industry has reiterated its strong support for IR development in the city, even as Mayor Fumiko Hayashi stated that she would respect the results of a popular referendum that went against the initiative.
The Hyderabad police report that Chinese companies engaged in illegal online betting have been diverting money to app-based financing firms which aggressively pursue defaulters.