Low-Tier Cities in China All Set to Support Macau Casino Business

According to a research report published by the leading financial institution Morgan Stanley, the low-tier cities in China are likely to become wealthier in the next couple of years and consequently contribute to the development of the casino industry in Macau. The reason for this is that the natives of these cities are now earning more and switching More...

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By Debbie On Thursday, January 11th, 2018

Business Slows Down at South Korea’s Paradise Co. Ltd

The Paradise Co. Ltd. casino in South Korea saw a major drop in its revenue for 2017. The decline is being attributed to the current diplomatic issues the country is facing with China. Later last week, the casino More...

By Debbie On Wednesday, January 10th, 2018

Myanmar Ministers Seek Government Approval for Casinos

Myanmar According to the latest news reports from Myanmar, ministers representing Shan, Mandalay, Tanintharyi, Mon, and Kayin have placed a request before President U Henry Van Thio to legalize casinos within hotels. Casinos More...

By Staff On Tuesday, January 9th, 2018

The Future of Asia’s Casinos

Asia’s casino market has undergone all kinds of ups and downs in the past few years. So, what is it going to be like in 2018? Well, here are a few predictions that have been doing the rounds. Macau will extend More...

By Staff On Tuesday, January 9th, 2018

Philippines May Raise Casino Fee Rates to Discourage Gambling

PAGCOR (The Philippines Amusement & Gaming Corporation), according to a research arm run by the government, should make the current qualifying fee for casinos mandatory and also raise it in line with the inflation. The More...

By Claire On Monday, January 8th, 2018

Japanses Government Put Integrated Resorts Bill As Priority

Shinzo Abe the Japanese Prime Minister The Japanese Government are planning to place the Integrated Resort Bill at the top of the priorities once the Ordinary Diet Session begins on January 22, according to reports. More...

By Staff On Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018

Macau sees full year revenue rise

Macau December revenues hit 14.6% year-on-year rise standing at $2.83 billion for the month, marking a 17-month consecutive rise in revenues for the world’s largest gambling hub. That makes 2017 in total see an More...

By Staff On Wednesday, December 27th, 2017

Japan: Family Members Can Ban Loved Ones From Gambling

Japan has passed measures that will allow family members to have their loved ones to be barred from gambling. As the country gears up for Integrated Resorts the new measure will allow for members of the family to More...

By Claire On Thursday, December 21st, 2017

Macau Government Commissions Two Studies For the Development of the Gaming Sector

According to a report published by a local media house, the Economic Bureau of Macau revealed that the government has recently commissioned a total of two studies to look into the development of the gaming sector More...

By Claire On Tuesday, December 19th, 2017

Two Studies to be Carried Out to Study ‘Healthy Development’ of Casino Industry in Macau

Macau Macau’s popularity as one of the world’s foremost gambling and casino arenas has prompted the government to carry out two new studies on the potential the place holds for further economic development. More...