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High-profile Chinese internet personality Guo Meimei has been jailed for five years and fined 50,000 yuan ($7,800) for running an illegal casino. The

Las Vegas Sands CEO said at a conference in New York that the key to lifting Macau out of a slump is to build more resorts which will in turn stoke de

Casino-linked crimes in Macau rose in the first quarter of 2015 as revenues plummeted, with the number of illegal detentions involving forced collecti

Taking China’s anti-graft campaign one step further, Chinese police discretely traveled last year to the eastern suburbs of Melbourne to get a Chin

A Hong Kong-based jewelry company has blamed China’s anti-graft campaign for its decision to pull the plug on a trade show in Macau next month, citi

Macau’s junket market is expected to shrink further in 2015 amid tight liquidity and falling VIP revenue, with some analysts warning that the system that helped create the world’s biggest gambling hub may be near broken. The number of licensed gaming...

MGM Resorts International posted worse-than-expected Q4 results as Macau revenue fell, but said its MGM China unit will pay a special dividend. The

At least 1,000 staff of VIP gaming rooms have been laid off since July as a result of China’s anti-graft tactics that have sparked declines in high

Macau’s six licensed casino operators appear to be to jumping on the bandwagon to help China diversify the gaming hub’s economy towards entertain

The best years of Macau’s gambling industry are over as China’s policies affect profits and player levels and the likelihood of the government al

Casinos relying on Chinese gamblers could be hit hard after China vowed to crack down on its citizens going abroad to place bets. Casinos around Asi

Las Vegas Sands CEO Sheldon Adelson said high-rollers will keep a low profile until the Chinese government’s “witchhunt” is called off. Speaki

Wynn Resorts has fallen victim to Macau’s downturn with the company’s fourth-quarter profit plummeting as a result of its Macau operations underp

Macau’s Health Bureau (SSM) has fined local casino operator Melco Crown Entertainment for having a smoking zone in the mass gambling area of City o

Li Gang, the director of China’s Government Liaison Office in Macau has downplayed the impact of the mainland’s drive to stamp out corruption on

The decline in gross gambling revenue in Macau is seen as a negative to the credit rating of the government as the gaming industry comprises nearly h

Andrew Tan, head of Alliance Global Group which jointly owns Travellers International Group with Genting Bhd, said the Philippine gaming industry is

Gross gambling revenue in Macau is likely to drop between 16 and 19 percent in January after the territory reported its first annual drop on record i

Some 50 VIP rooms in Macau may close amid China’s clampdown on corruption, the Macau Daily reported, citing unnamed sources. The rooms have also c

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