From Thursday, SkyCity Auckland will be permitted to operate without any Covid-19 related restrictions such as social distancing or limitations on the
TAB NZ said sports betting turnover in August jumped 36 percent, helped by a condensed sporting calendar, with seasons overlapping when normally they would not.
SkyCity Entertainment has announced that, except for Auckland, Covid-19 restrictions will no longer be necessary at its New Zealand properties. Thi
Covid-19 is testing the mettle of global casino managers like no other crisis, requiring quick thinking and flexibility. But if there’s one team th
The Intralot Group has announced that it has signed a three-year extension from 2022 to 2025 with New Zealand’s Department of Internal Affairs to pr
SkyCity Entertainment Group issued a statement on Wednesday morning announcing that it anticipated being able to reopen its Auckland property to the p
SkyCity Entertainment has raised its guidance for earnings for the 2020 fiscal year due to higher estimates from insurance proceeds for fire damage at the New Zealand International Convention Centre last year.
SkyCity Entertainment Group has announced that its Auckland casino and entertainment facilities will remain closed until at least August 26 as the nat
Lotto NZ CEO Chris Lyman has apologized for some of the glitches in online services amidst a spike in gambling activity and said the company expects to have completely revamped its technology by 2024.
Auckland has been put back into stage three lockdown, while the rest of the country moves back to stage two, after new Covid-19 cases were discovered in a local household with no obvious cause of transmission.
The Gaming Association of New Zealand has criticized a report released this week that claims the gambling sector is costing industry millions, saying it is a serious misrepresentation of the facts.
SkyCity Entertainment, New Zealand’s largest operator, recounts its experience as one of the first properties to open in the Asia Pacific region, s
New Zealand’s SkyCity Entertainment Group has received a further $9.4 million (US$6.2 million) in wage subsidies to support employment during Covid-19, taking its total to $31 million, according to a local media report.
Jumbo Technology is donating a total of 10,000 masks to the Philippines and Cambodia in its first round of medical funding and donations. “Coun
New Zealand has launched a mobile app aimed at curbing problem gambling in collaboration with the Deakin University in Australia.
SkyCity Entertainment has kept its overweight rating from New Zealand’s leading brokerage house after announcing plans to restructure its balance sh
SkyCity Entertainment is raising $230 million in new equity, fresh debt of $160 million, and has renegotiated its banking facilities to strengthen its
With no active cases of the coronavirus left in New Zealand and no new cases in a fortnight, New Zealand will be removing all social distancing restri
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