Due to "shortage of liquidity" in country's banking system
Nepal | 07/02/2017
Silver Heritage Group says the opening of its Tiger Palace Resort Bhairahawa in Nepal will be pushed back as a result of “temporary unexpected delays”.
At Vend Expo from February 28 to March 2
Russia | 06/02/2017
Innovative Technology has confirmed it will be exhibiting at Vend Expo 2017, in Moscow later this month.
Industry increases 6.65% only in 2016
Morocco | 06/02/2017
Gambling industry turnover has increased by 36% since 2013 and the number of players rose by 5% in 2016.
Football betting to be conducted on pilot basis
Vietnam | 06/02/2017
The Vietnamese government has issued a decree on managing betting services on horse and dog races, and international football matches.
Macau | 01/02/2017
The world's biggest casino hub of Macau posted a 3.1% rise in gambling revenue in January as demand in China's only legal casino hub gained further steam after a more than two-year slump bottomed out in mid-2016.
Philippines | 31/01/2017
After several months of delay, Okada Manila is set to formally open its doors next month to make the USD 2B development the biggest integrated casino resort in the country.
Following the passing of the IR bill in the Asian country
Japan | 31/01/2017
Hard Rock International – with presence in more than 74 countries – has announced the launch of Hard Rock Japan LLC and the appointment of Edward Tracy as chief executive officer of the company’s new division.
Before the legalization of casinos
Japan | 31/01/2017
According to a report by Bloomberg, Japanese in 2015 gambled USD 200B on slot machines and Pachinko in 2015, accounting to about 4% of the country's gross domestic product.
Statements by Andrea Domingo
Philippines | 30/01/2017
The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. (Pagcor) experienced a sharp spike in gaming revenues last year amid a crackdown on online gaming ordered by President Duterte when he assumed office in June.
Gambling hub emerging from two-year slump
Macau | 30/01/2017
Casino operators are wagering that high-roller and recreational gamblers alike will be spending their "lai see" money in Macau as hotel rooms fill up for Chinese New Year.