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Paradise Co. Aug. sales flat month-on-month

Paradise September sales improve

Paradise Co., which operates foreigner-only casinos in South Korea, saw an improvement in sales in September from the prior month, even though they were down 71 percent from the prior year.

SkyCity’s bid to swap gaming tables for EGMs rejected

SkyCity has lost its bid to swap three blackjack tables for sixty gaming machines at its Hamilton casino, with the Gambling Commission turning down...

APE cancels lease agreements due to non-payment

Asia Pioneer Entertainment said it was cancelling lease agreements to casinos in Cambodia and the Philippines due to non-payment of rent and said it will write off about HK$26 million ($3.4 million)  in the first half as a result.

Bloomberry Q1 net drops 38%, sees slow recovery

Bloomberry Resorts said its Q1 net income fell 38 percent due to the impact of the coronavirus and it expects a slow recovery.

Bloomberry posts record 2018 results

Bloomberry Resorts, operator of the Solaire Casino & Resort, posted record EBITDA and net profit for 2018, driven by record gross gambling revenues across...

Asia Pioneer rolls out Fortune Cup in Macau

Asia Pioneer Entertainment Holdings said its Fortune Cup horse racing machine has been deployed  in two Macau casinos, further expanding the electronic table game’s...

Spintec eyes global expansion

Spintec announced plans at ICE Totally Gaming to expand their ETG presence worldwide. The company said it will continue to pursue the main goal of...

Nagacorp 9-month VIP volume surges 67 percent

Nagacorp, which runs Cambodia’s NagaWorld, reported VIP rollings in the nine months to the end of September surged 67 percent to $11 billion, as...

Queensland EGM revenue dips in Feb.

Revenue from electronic gaming machines in the Australian state of Queensland were down 2.4 percent compared with the same period a year earlier, though...

Gaming manufacturers adapt to mass reality

Macau, once known as a premier gaming destination for high-roller gamblers, has been shifting its weight towards mass gamblers and that change is being reflected in trends on the casino floor. Elsewhere in Asia, gaming jurisdictions are also seeing similar changes and gaming manufacturers are tweaking their product lines to better suit the times.

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