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Before the Covid-19 crisis, tourism in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region was at a record high, on track to welcome 80 million visitors in 2019, generating some $90 billion in revenue.

While nowhere in the world has escaped the economic fallout from the Covid-19 crisis, Macau has been hit harder than most, with forecasts for gross domestic product to shrink more than 50 percent this year.

IN FOCUS: SPORTS BETTING Ball games bounce back. Major sporting events are slowly ramping up around the world and with them the drama and surprises, not all of them good for sports betting operators.

Although the 31st AGE won’t be happening until next August, organizers remain committed to connecting buyers with sellers, experts with operators.

The industry is facing its darkest days. Properties have shut down, manufacturing supply chains have been shattered, F&B and retailers have no one to service. For the first time in modern history Macau’s casinos were shut down - something that not even...

March has been for Manila. Since the inception of the ASEAN Gaming Summit three years hence, Manila has played host to the industry to discuss the challenges and opportunities the region presents.

Freezing temperatures will not be enough to deter what is arguably the largest yearly gathering of the global gaming industry in London in early February. Known for encompassing both online and land-based spheres, ICE 2020 will kick off the industry's...

Asia Gaming Brief is publishing this special December edition as our way of sharing in the celebration of an important historical landmark in the development of Macau, both politically and socio-economically. Macau, as a Special Administrative Region...

As Macau is preparing to enter a second cycle in the development of the gaming industry -- seeking to maintain its market leadership while at the same time striving to diversify -- we take an indepth look at the competition. The Philippines was a travel...

It's been a full year at Asia Gaming Brief. As well as the eBrief headline digest the team brings you daily, and the timely print editions, it's been full swing on the field. Building from a number of social functions and a full-on third edition of the...

Over the last few years, Indochina has transitioned from being an alternative market to an industry hotbed for the casino gaming industry. Cambodia and Vietnam, in particular, have experienced galloping speeds of development, though Myanmar and Laos are...

For this edition of Asia Gaming Briefings, which coincides with the Australasian Gaming Expo, we are dedicating our focus section to trends in the electronic gaming sector. Gaming machines are gaining traction across the region, especially in jurisdictions...

In May’s edition of AGBriefings, we focus on Indochina’s increasing appeal to the industry. The region arguably provides some of the best potential in Asia. We look at how Vietnam has introduced new regulation to cover its casino and sports betting...

In the six years since the inception of Asia Gaming Briefings, we have seen Macau grow and mature, with the construction site that was the Cotai Strip blossoming with some of the world’s most impressive integrated resorts. The Philippines has evolved...

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