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Melco gets recognition for Covid-19 efforts

Melco Resorts & Entertainment said the Liaison Office of the Chinese government in Macau has granted it a certificate commending its efforts to prevent Covid-19.

PAGCOR boosts government cash remittances to P17b

The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp (PAGCOR) said it had increased its cash dividend donations to the National Treasury by P5 billion bringing the total to P17 billion ($340.9 million) for 2019. 

Suncity joins Covid-19 relief efforts in Philippines

Suncity Group’s Philippine unit has donated P50 million ($1 million) worth of personal protective equipment to 40 public hospitals in Luzon province to help battle the coronavirus.

MGM launches quarterly CSR newsletter

MGM China said it has launched a quarterly newsletter to highlight its ongoing corporate social responsibility efforts in Macau, including a MOP20 million ($2.5 million) donation to help fight the coronavirus pandemic in Hubei, China.

Charities hit as pokie dollars dry up

In New Zealand a body distributing tens of millions of dollars of profits from gaming machines in pubs and clubs has stopped giving grants...
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FBM joins in efforts to help Philippines’ Covid-19 fight

FBM is the latest gaming supplier to step up to help the Philippines fight the coronavirus outbreak, donating PHP20 million ($392,500) to five medical institutions.

BBIN & TGB Charity invite you to imagine a life without clean water

TGB Charity, a charity brand established by BBIN, has launched a series of interactive audio-visual events in recognition of World Water Day on March...

SJM donates food and daily goods to the poor

SJM has announced the donation of 3,000 “Macau Jiayou Bags” which are worth MOP1.5 million (US$200,000) to Macau’s neediest people. Each bag contains rice,...

BBIN & TGB Charity support children’s education in Cambodia

TGB Charity, a subsidiary charity brand of BBIN, partnered with Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF) this year and donated US$40,000 to various educational projects to...

Australian bushfires hit home for many

Australia, a country that many in our industry call home, has continued to be impacted by devastating bushfires, destroying communities and displacing thousands. In this...

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