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CNMI senators Paul A. Manglona and Edith E. DeLeon Guerrero have introduced a bill that would authorize the Commonwealth Casino Commission to issue a second casino license in Saipan.

The Telangana legislative assembly have passed the Telangana Gaming (Amendment) Bill, 2017 on Monday, which aims to outlaw games of skill for stakes,

Members of the Abe government and the ruling party confirmed to the Japanese media that no progress would be made on passing either the gambling addic

The Osaka prefectural and city governments used the public hearing held on Friday to lobby for business-friendly changes to casino regulation found in

On August 1, the Experts’ Committee formally handed over its report to the government. This 130-page Japanese-language document is expected to form

On Wednesday the ruling Liberal Democratic Party’s project team on IRs officially received the 130-page report of the Experts Committee advising the

On Monday, the eight-member Experts’ Committee advising the Abe government on its forthcoming IR Implementation Bill held its tenth and final regula

India’s Sports Ministry has begun the groundwork to frame a legislation that legalizes online sports betting in India, The Indian Express reports. A

The Japanese government is considering collecting a portion of revenue from casino operators to finance preventative measures for gambling addiction,

Philippines lawmaker Sen. Panfilo Lacson is pushing for the privatization of casinos owned by the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. (Pagcor) in or

The government of Kerala is considering a new law that would negate the impact of the Goods & Services Tax (GST) on lotteries, local media reports. Ac

The building of an “Osaka Strip” involving three or more operators could potentially give Macau and Las Vegas a run for their money, says Steve Ga

Taiwan’s Kinmen County is set to vote in October to decide whether to permit casino development on the island, Taiwan News reports. The news comes a

Osaka-based national political party Nippon Ishin no Kai has proposed new legislation dealing with problem gambling, with the hopes the city will be s

The Macau government has reportedly proposed amendments to the smoking bill which would allow the establishment of smoking lounges in the city’s cas

Russian bookmakers have welcomed the Finance Ministry's decision to soften the requirements in which bookmakers and totes need to give part of their p

The Committee behind Macau’s proposed universal smoking ban has promised that a final decision on the ban would be made by the end of this tenure of

Recently elected Tokyo governor Yuriko Koike has reportedly said she supports opening a casino in the nation’s capital. According to an interview wi

A number of popular video games may soon find themselves defined as gambling under a bill to be introduced by independent Senator Nick Xenophon next m

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