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2017-01-04
Operators will, first and foremost, have to change their corporate culture from one of “build it and they will come” and outmoded hubris to “cus

2017-01-04
The continuous political climate in China could curb many casino resorts’ marketing efforts and focus on the VIP segment, especially the direct VIP

2017-01-04
By 2018, the country will see a total of 6 integrated resorts, 50 hotel electronic gaming lounges, and 7 small casinos for foreign tourists, and gamin

2017-01-04
For 2017 and beyond, I think we will likely see accelerated casino resort development in Southeast Asia, especially Vietnam and Cambodia. I think patr

2017-01-04
In 2017 I think we will continue to see the larger players in Macau flex their muscles internationally looking for ROIC no longer available in Macau.

2017-01-04
Predictions for the 2017 Asian Gaming market could be precarious, but I speculate we will begin to see disruptive technologies migrate to the mainstre

2017-01-04
Elections are scheduled in Goa in early 2017 and one of the key issues for political parties is the fate of casinos. Political parties like the Aam Aa

2017-01-04
Looking forward to 2017, the picture is less than clear. With the recent detention and arrests of Crown’s staff in China, all but one of the operato

2017-01-04
Believe the hype! Asian gaming is not only big but growing very fast. It seems to us that the region, while already boasting huge volumes, keeps growt

2017-01-04
1) Regulators and policymakers alike will come under increasing pressure to address issues such as the integrity of sports betting, whether social gam

2017-01-04
I think the Philippines remains an intriguing story in 2017. President Duterte’s call to PAGCOR to privatize its casinos was a wise decision, althou

2017-01-04
Japan will prove to be the largest opportunity in gaming today and all hospitality companies will be active in the market evaluating the potential opp

2017-01-04
For 2017 the Macau market will continue to stabilize and grow, but the operators will have to work harder to get the players to come back. The future

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