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Outside of the global pandemic, the trade war between Australia and China is casting another dark shadow over Australia’s already-strained VIP gaming industry, prompting operators to start looking elsewhere for recovery. 

Crown has enjoyed a monopoly in both Victoria and Western Australia, which owes more to politics and history than it does to competence and good practice governance.

New Zealand and Australia continue to outperform the world with management of the pandemic, and while it’s likely a travel bubble between the two countries will be the first major change in border restrictions, we expect it will come with a number of...

Chow Tai Fook Enterprises, which was part of a winning consortium for a $3 billion-casino resort in central Brisbane, Australia, says it will tap into

Australia’s Federal Minister for Social Services, Scott Morrison, announced that the government will conduct a review of its laws to protect gambler

Bet365 (Australia) is the latest online bookmaker to adopt the controversial ‘click to call’ wagering service, which is currently being investigat

The Reef Casino Trust, which owns and leases the Reef Hotel Casino in Cairns, Australia, estimates distributable profit for the six months from 1 Janu

Convicted criminals in Australia will be banned from working for bookmakers after the state government closed a loophole that allowed them to bypass t

Aquis Group chairman Tony Fung said he is  “totally committed” to the Aquis Great Barrier Reef Resort project at Yorkeys Knob despite speculation

The number of teenagers gambling in Australia’s northern suburbs is reaching alarming levels, according to a survey of 215 young people. Half the re

The provincial government of South Australia could rake in as much as A$50 million ($38.8 million) from a new federal law allowing state governments

Australian research company IBISWorld has predicted that the launch of three new casinos in the country will result in gaming revenue reaching more th

UBS Securities has revised down its 12-month price target for Crown Resorts by more than 10 percent to  $16.60 a share from $18.45 previously, reflec

The state government of Victoria’s Department of Justice and Regulation is seeking the community’s views on current and future licensing arrangeme

Two recent high-profile examples in Australia of deals not proceeding due to regulatory delays raise questions as to whether the approval process is taking too long, or whether the bar is set too high. An attempt by Tony Fung’s Aquis Group to buy the...

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