Hong Kong-listed International Entertainment said it expects to complete the renovation of its New Coast Hotel in Metro Manila on or before June, 2022.
Universal Entertainment said it plans an additional note issue to improve cash flow and redeem $118 million in outstanding notes.
Nagacorp said it has raised $200 million through an additional note issue, which received strong support from investors.
SJM Holdings said it expects to raise net proceeds of HK$1.24 billion ($159.6 million) and MOP298 million ($37.2 million) from an issue of senior notes in Hong Kong and Macau. The notes will carry interest of 3.9 percent.
Imperial Pacific International says its business is still viable despite reporting a loss for the past two years and said its controlling shareholder has pledged to provide finance to settle its liabilities and and potential litigation costs.
MGM China Holdings' plans to issue senior unsecured notes is unlikely to materially affect the company's leverage and provides additional liquidity to MGM China, Fitch Ratings said in a note.
South Korea, which attracted significant interest when it first opened for foreign investors, is now seen as holding limited appeal unless the government agrees to relax its stance on local gaming.
Wynn Resorts said it was raising fund for general corporate purposes through the sale to the public of 5.5 million shares, with an option for underwriters for an additional 825,000 stocks. It didn't give the offer price, but Wynn's stock is currently trading at $116.99.
A January debt refinancing has had a "meaningful positive impact" on Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority's liquidity, says Moody's Investor Services, explaining why it has upgraded its Corporate Family Rating to Caa1 from Caa2 and Probability of Default Rating to Caa1-PD from Caa2-PD.
Crown Resorts said that Moody's Investors Service has withdrawn its rating on a euro medium-term note program from one of its wholly owned subsidiaries.