USD 60.4 M
Philippines | 26/07/2017
Gaming regulator Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp (Pagcor) reported net income of USD 60.4 M for the six months ended June 30, 2017, up by 24.9 percent from the prior-year period.
Goa Chief Minister assured
India | 25/07/2017
Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar assured yesterday the House that no more permissions for casinos - on land and off shore - would be granted in the state.
Wynn Macau director says
Macau | 25/07/2017
Wynn Macau Vice Chairman Dr Allan Zeman says Crown Resorts only has itself to blame for the arrests of 19 employees in mainland China last year, with the sheer size of its debt collection team and aggressive pursuit of new clients inevitably attracting the attention of authorities.
Chief Minister said
India | 21/07/2017
Chief minister Manohar Parrikar told the Goa legislative assembly on Wednesday that casinos have contributed to the state's economy by way of revenue and employment generation.
Move aimed at tackling illegal gambling websites
Israel | 21/07/2017
The new legislation would allow authorities to block or remove internet sites promoting criminal terror activities, including prostitution, drugs and gambling.
Japan | 20/07/2017
The rise of the casino industry in Japan comes with many harsh regulations, which may have a negative impact on the great potential of the trade, as the strict measures may repulse the casino investors, who want to invest loads of money to enter the enticing Japanese casino market.
Gaming facility is expected to contribute USD 245M annually
Vietnam | 20/07/2017
Officials from the Thừa Thiên-Huế Province in North Central Vietnam have asked the country’s government to give the nod to the addition of a casino to the Banyan Tree Lang Cô integrated resort.
South Korea | 19/07/2017
The new gaming facility features a 40,000 square foot gambling area that includes a variety of entertainment options such as 45 gaming tables and two dozen slot machines.
Government to seek assistance from UK regulator
India | 19/07/2017
The Sports Secretary, Injeti Srinivas, placed the issue on the table for discussion and according to government officials, informal consultations have already been held with various stakeholders.
Large transactions to be monitored
Philippines | 19/07/2017
The Philippines said Wednesday it would monitor large transactions at casinos to curb money-laundering, after proceeds from an USD 81 M theft were funnelled through several gambling establishments last year.