Operators in Russia’s Far East have won a reprieve from a potentially punishing new tax regime and are now discussing further development plans with the government of the zone. In the interests of long-term investment, Primorye chose to leave taxes...
The Russian gambling zone of Primorye, which has not been developing as fast as anticipated, is stepping up its efforts to attract more investors as part of an ambitious plan to almost treble visitor numbers by 2025. The company developing the zone is...
Australia-listed Star Entertainment has been formally granted a new casino license for its Queen’s Wharf Brisbane project. The casino license will
The passing of Thailand’s King Bhumibol Adulyadej on Thursday will have implications both near and long term for the gaming industry, said Union Gam
Las Vegas Sands Corp. is willing to invest between 5 to 12 trillion won ($4.5 billion to $10.8 billion) in a casino resort in Busan if “investment c
Las Vegas Sands says it is looking to add another 1,000-1,200 rooms in a new tower at its Marina Bay Sands resort in Singapore, along with an entertai
Whilst Macau’s operators have employed cost mitigation and labor shifts, any further cost cutting will prove challenging given new supply and flatti
NZ-listed SkyCity Entertainment Group has signed an agreement with the South Australian Government for the start of early works as part of the expansi
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