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Philippine gross gaming revenue rose 23 percent in July compared with the same month a year earlier, with solid growth in mass, said CLSA analyst Marc

Outbound mainland tourist numbers will reach 200 million, double the numbers in 2013, and tourist spend will triple by 2020, according to a survey fro

The impact of China restricting capital outflows is a growing risk that could pose a threat to Australian casino revenues and halve VIP takings by 201

A Tabcorp-Tatts Group merger “makes sense” but is unlikely to materialize until the Western Australian wagering licence is sold, said CLSA Researc

Philippines gross gaming revenue was up 11 percent in August on a year-on-year basis which was, overall, “another decent month,” said CLSA Researc

Analysts have come back from a Macau trip less than enthusiastic about the city’s latest big projects. According to The Australian newspaper, analys

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

In its latest assessment, the Macau Monetary Authority says it is upbeat over the outlook for the tourism and gaming sectors, with the rise of the ma

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