The Macau Government is working hard on the new casino license process. including reviewing all aspects of the existing gaming laws and regulations, as the landscape of the gaming industry has greatly changed since the grant of the previous concession...
At the conclusion of every year there are important industry events that need to be recapped, but there can be little doubt that even ten years, twenty years hence, 2020 will mark a dividing point in history between the pre-Covid and post-Covid eras.
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.
When we look back at 2020, regardless of business or geographical location, this has been a year of unprecedented disruption, whether personal or work related, to everyone’s way of life.
It is not just COVID-19 and its effects for which 2020 will be remembered by the Australian gambling sector. The event likely to have the most long-lasting impact is the NSW Casino Inquiry.
Efforts to authorize integrated resorts in Japan will continue, even as Japan is dealing with a change of government and a global pandemic.
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