Asia Pioneer Entertainment Holdings said it has finished the installation of 50 Spintec gaming machines in the CLUB99 Furama Resort in Danang, central Vietnam.
The Office of the Attorney General in Guam has been in a long-running battle against electronic gaming rooms on the island, and is currently arguing t
Grand Korea Leisure saw casino sales in June rise 20.5 percent from the prior month, boosted by revenue from table games, although they showed a drop of 68 percent from the prior year.
Asia Pioneer Entertainment, an electronic gaming equipment company, said it plans to begin a sports and sports-related entertainment business in Macau to diversify its income stream.
Australia’s Crown Resorts said it was implementing social distancing measures at its Crown Melbourne property, deactivating every second gaming machine and electronic table game.
New Zealand’s gaming regulator has reserved its decision on SkyCity Hamilton’s application to swap three blackjack tables for 60 electronic gaming
Nagacorp, the operator of the NagaWorld resort in Phnom Penh, reported that gross gaming revenue in the first nine months of the year rose 20 percent, with the mass market slightly outperforming the VIP sector.
Konami Gaming has announced that its Synkros casino management system has been selected by Grand Traverse Resort & Casinos, owned and operated by the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians in Northern Michigan.
Bloomberry Resorts, the operator of the Solaire Resort & Casino in Manila, posted a 52 percent jump in Q2 net profit, fuelled by strength in all gaming segments.
Manufacturers have become frustrated with Australia’s lengthy product approval processes, and have been pointing to “regulatory bottlenecks” as one of the main reasons for a lack of innovation in the market.
Grand Korea Leisure reported a 2.9 percent decline in casino sales for May, pulled down by a drop in revenue from table games.
International Game Technology said Q1 revenue declined as higher machine sales and stable lottery failed to offset the impact of higher taxes in Italy and lower machine system sales.
While competition is hotting up amongst the operators bidding for a coveted Japan license, suppliers are also eyeing the market for opportunities and trying to answer the key question as to what the Japanese casino floor might look like.
Paradise Entertainment said it has entered into a supply agreement for next year, worth a maximum of HK$40 million, with Chairman Jay Chun’s brother-in-law.
Paradise Entertainment swung to an adjusted EBITDA loss in Q1, as revenue from both its casino services business and its electronic gaming machine div
Over 2,500 key industry executives from the Gaming and Hospitality industry gathered for the first day of the 27th Australasian Gaming Expo at the Syd
Hong Kong-listed Nagacorp Ltd has reported positive financial results for 2015, with net profit at US$172.6 million, up 27 percent from 2014, accordin
Hong Kong-listed Imperial Pacific International Holdings Ltd posted a net loss of HK$84.4 million (US$10.9 million) for the full year 2015, compared t
Hong Kong-listed Summit Ascent said it agreed to pay $3.2 million on electronic gambling machines for a casino project in Primorye in Russia’s Far
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