Obligation was imposed by Cambodia gov't
Cambodia | 14/07/2017
The announcement was made by the country's Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF) officials. Ros Phirun, deputy director-general, said the final sum will be subject to negotiation between the authorities and the top Asian operator.
Licenses for gaming vessels expired in September
India | 14/07/2017
Town and Country Planning Minister, Viaji Sardesai, is pushing for a new bill to allow offshore casinos anchored in River Mandovi to be shifted to land.
10 out 16 employees were set free
China | 12/07/2017
Four employees, including Australian national Jerry Xuan, were reportedly released from a Shanghai detention facility, while another six were released from a second facility in the city.
Court papers show importance of VIP market
China | 11/07/2017
Australian giant Crown Resorts has beenunder scrutiny after a senior executive was jailed in China, along with a number of current or former employees, in relation to the alleged promotion of illegal gambling in China.
China | 11/07/2017
Zhengming served as the chief executive officer and director of 500.com Limited, which became the controlling shareholder of MelcoLot.
Initiative aimed at tackling gambling addiction
Japan | 11/07/2017
The National Police Agency said the maximum pachinko profit for an average playing time of four hours will be set at below USD 438 from the current level of more than USD 876.
Gaming facility to open in 2018
Russia | 11/07/2017
The Cambodian operator said its project -previously known as Mayak- will be named Naga Vladivostok.
Melco International, Wynn Resorts and Galaxy Entertainment among the bidders
Japan | 10/07/2017
According to the MorningStar, both world-renowned operators are more likely to receive a casino license to build an integrated resort in the Asian country.
Casino was closed for a month after shooting incident
Philippines | 06/07/2017
Kingson Sian -Chief Executive Officer at Travellers International Hotel Group, which owns and operates the gaming facility- said the company is trying to gain back the trust of the public.
Identification cards with chips could be required to enter casinos
Japan | 06/07/2017
A proposal that requires Japanese residents to give their My Number before entering a casino could severely affect the industry, according to an analysis made by lawmaker Takeshi Iwaya.