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LAS Vegas Sands, the world's largest casino company, is dropping its pursuit of a licence in Japan, ending a multidecade quest for what was one of the biggest prizes in the global gambling...

[SACRAMENTO] The powerful United Auto Workers union on Friday criticised Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman's call to reopen casinos despite the continued risk of coronavirus, the latest labour...

RESORTS World Sentosa (RWS) and Marina Bay Sands (MBS) are restricting casino access to certain members only and implementing additional safe distancing measures to comply with Singapore...

[MACAU] Macau's casino industry suffered its worst monthly downturn on record in February after city-wide closures aimed at stopping the spread of the deadly new coronavirus.

[LOS ANGELES] MGM Resorts International, which abruptly announced this week that chief executive officer Jim Murren is stepping down, will pay him an exit package worth about US$32 million over...

[TOKYO] The Japanese government is considering delaying the process for selecting casino host cities amid a bribery scandal that has seen the arrest of a ruling-party lawmaker, the Asahi and other...

CASINO executives who have long salivated over Japan as a potential US$20 billion gaming market are beginning to question whether that jackpot is worth all the trouble.

[HONG KONG] China has appointed a slate of new officials to head the world's top gambling hub of Macau, changing key roles including the city's economy and justice secretaries.

[HONG KONG] Macau gaming revenue showed further weakness in October as the world's largest gambling hub was hurt by China's economic slowdown and pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong that have...

[MANILA] Hong Kong's Suncity Group Holdings Ltd unveiled plans on Tuesday to enter the fast-growing Philippines gambling market, with a deal to operate a casino and resort in the country's version...