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Saipan regulator warns of funding shortfalls

Commonwealth Casino Commission executive director Andrew Yeom says the $2 million it will receive from the government will not be enough to run the regulatory body, adding it would be better if there were more casinos on Saipan.

IPI reprieve on community benefit fund amidst new dispute and lawsuit

The CNMI Lottery Commission approved Imperial Pacific International’s request to extend for three years the deadline to pay its US$20 million community benefit fund contribution and to defer for five years the payment of the US$36 million that IPI failed to remit in previous years. Meanwhile, construction woes continued with a new lawsuit against IPI and a dispute with the construction engineers.

More court actions against IPI over unpaid bills

Imperial Pacific International is facing additional court action in relation to the firm’s unwillingness or inability to meet its financial obligations. The CNMI Division of Revenue and Taxation collection branch has filed another tax lien notice, and the company is said to have not complied with the federal court order to pay plaintiffs’ attorneys’ fees in one of the cases against it.

Imperial Pacific facing fresh complaint for non-payment of official fees

Acting Executive Director Andrew Yeom of the Commonwealth Casino Commission has filed another complaint against Imperial Pacific International, this time over the firm’s failure to pay the US$3.1 million annual regulatory fee that was due on October 1.
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Tabcorp receives legal claim from Racing Queensland

Tabcorp Holdings and its UBET Qld unit have received a statement of claim from Racing Queensland related to the state’s new point of consumption tax (POC).

Pagcor to license live dealer games for e-cafes

The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp is to allow the country’s eGaming operators to add live dealer table games to their product offering. In a...

Goa casinos get six-month relocation reprieve

Goa’s floating casinos will get an extension of a further six months before they are forced to move from their current location in the...

Gambling nets Seoul $54.5b over 15 years

The South Korean government has earned 62.5 trillion won (US$54.56 billion) from the gambling industry over the past 15 years, about half of it...

Racing Victoria changes fee policy, CEO quits

Racing Victoria announced their race fields fee policy for FY17 last Friday, which includes two potential changes that could have a slight impact on...

New rules seen killing Russia’s online market

New regulations designed to regulate online gaming in Russia would kill the market if they are introduced in their current form, but the government...
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Life After POGOs – AGB Pop-Up Forum

The Philippines and Asia’s online gaming industry is going through uncertain times, with the gaming regulator seeing more and more operators leaving the country for greener pastures.
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