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Integrity vs Commerce — a Tight Match In big-time sports it’s more than the games in danger of being corrupted, writes Khalid Ali, secretary general of the European Sports Security Association
Tuesday, 07 January 2014 18:31

Designing Minds Casino architecture and design is busily adapting to an evolving gaming landscape  By Paul Doocey
Tuesday, 07 January 2014 17:58

A Gathering in Tokyo Consensus is Japan’s Diet will move to legalize casinos sometime in early 2014
Saturday, 14 December 2013 18:24

Tourism Driver South Korea plans to solicit bids for destination-scale casinos capableof boosting visitor numbers and standing up to intensifying regional competition
Tuesday, 08 October 2013 18:15

Off the Hook LVS pays US$47.4 million to settle money-laundering case
Wednesday, 18 September 2013 16:52

Under Construction Touted as ‘the next Thailand’ on the strength of its inherent tourism appeal, Myanmar is looking to add legal gaming and integrated resorts to the mix. Indochina correspondent Richard Meyer looks at the country’s current gray-area gaming market and prospects
Wednesday, 21 August 2013 16:38

Luxury on Demand In Macau, ‘elite’ used to mean ‘VIP’ ... Not anymore ... With cash players gambling at levels that once were seen only in the junket rooms, casinos are responding with amenities and services that are ‘VIP’ in every sense of the term. The new Pavilion Club is Galaxy Macau’s answer. And ...
Tuesday, 20 August 2013 15:55

Gambling on the Barrier Reef Who is Tony Fung? … And why does he want to spend $4 billion in Yorkeys Knob?
Monday, 19 August 2013 17:25

Edging Closer Morgan Stanley believes Japan is on the verge of passing a bill legalizing casinos
Thursday, 18 July 2013 16:17

Smooth Sailing With easier comps ahead and the mass market showing no signs of slowing down, concerns about the sustainability of Macau gaming revenue growth in the second half seem overdone
Thursday, 18 July 2013 15:15

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OZ VIP: A new dawn

OZ VIP: A new dawn It has taken just 12 months for Australia’s VIP turnover to rebound following the arrests of 19 Crown Resorts employees in China in October 2016, but the balance of power between Australian operators has shifted dramatically in the process. By Ben Blaschke   Just 12 months after the release of... Sunday, 29 July 2018 22:32

Waiting for Garapan

Waiting for Garapan Imperial Pacific says it will miss another deadline for completing its Saipan casino hotel, and there’s no consensus on a completion date. Meanwhile, VIP roll and trade receivable numbers soar. By Muhammad Cohen   Imperial Pacific International continues to excel at manythings. Its monopoly ca... Sunday, 29 July 2018 22:27

License to thrill: How casino re-tendering will shape Macau’s future

License to thrill: How casino re-tendering will shape Macau’s future Professor Glenn McCartney takes a look at the impending Macau casino re-tendering process and why the government’s criteria for issuing licenses will shape the city’s tourism future. By Professor Glenn McCartney   Macau’s casino concession and sub-concession contracts will all end in a few... Sunday, 29 July 2018 22:21

Making live online gaming a reality

Making live online gaming a reality Latency has long been the ultimate challenge for online gaming operators in their quest to provide a quality product, but a new open framework technology could prove to be a game-changer. By Jaheer Abbas | Senior Director, SEA & India at Limelight Networks   It’s hard to imagine that onlin... Sunday, 29 July 2018 22:09