Saturday, November 28, 2020
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Cambodia stops issuing online gambling licenses

Cambodia will no longer issue licenses to online gambling businesses, and all existing licenses will not be renewed when they are expired, the Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen said in a directive on Sunday, Xinhua reports.

Nagacorp Ltd. announces net profit up 27 percent in 2015

Hong Kong-listed Nagacorp Ltd has reported positive financial results for 2015, with net profit at US$172.6 million, up 27 percent from 2014, according to...

Unprecedented demand for NMi services

Boasting over forty years of experience serving the gaming industry globally, gaming laboratory NMi will be discussing how their expertise and knowledge in the...

Vietnam’s Da Nang allows cruise ships to open casinos overnight

The city of Da Nang has become the first place in Vietnam to allow international cruise ships to dock overnight and open their onboard...

Scientific games announces three-year contract extension in Philippines

Scientific Games (SG) today announced that Pacific Online Systems Corporation (POSC) has extended the contract through July 2018 for the supply and maintenance of...

Privately-owned casino in Vietnam makes millions in Chinese VIP revenue

The declining VIP gambling scene in Macau has proved beneficial for Danang, Vietnam based casino and resort, Crown International Games Club. The small, privately owned...

China mass gamblers favor Macau, eye U.S.

Chinese mass gamblers are interested in visiting the U.S., but show little inclination to travel to other Asian destinations outside of Macau, according to...

Penang Chief Minister accused of overlooking online gambling dens

A former sacked local councillor has accused Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng of the deliberate oversight of many illegal online gambling dens operating in...

Vietnam approves slot machines at international airports

Vietnam has approved in principle a plan to install slot machines in designated areas at international airports for foreign and overseas Vietnamese. According to Tuoi...

2016 – what comes next for Macau and the region?

Asia Gaming Brief asked its advisors David Green, John English, Luis Mesquita de Melo, Andrew Klebanow and Steve Gallaway, to look ahead and share with us what they believe are the underlying currents for the Asian Gaming industry in 2016. Views may differ but the one common denominator is the shifting of the sands - something will have to give…An end to the IR “arms race," by David Green The strong will survive, by Steve GallawayEnough about the Millennials, by Andrew KlebanowMacau will continue the race to reinvent, by John EnglishThe “golden” gap for emerging jurisdictions,  by Luis Mesquita de Melo 

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