Singapore police have arrested 43 men for their involvement in illegal horse betting activities, local media reports.
The Star Sydney has been hit with a total of A$90,000 (US$65,000) in fines due to underage gamblers making it onto their casino floor, including an in
Russia has approved legislation that will significantly overhaul its sports betting industry, imposing tax on bets placed on overseas events and extending financial obligations to all market participants.
The Macau Monetary Authority has warned the public against entities offering illegal “encashment” services in the territory. In a statement, th
Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGOs) owe about PHP21.62 billion ($417 million) in taxes and the pace of collection is still slow, according to local media reports.
Fines paid by Singapore’s two casino operators amounted to $$745,000 ($540,000) in the 2018 financial year, with the lion’s share extracted from Genting Singapore’s Resorts World Sentosa.
Imperial Pacific International (IPI) may be facing a fine of $375,000 for late payment of its casino license renewal fee, according to local media reports.
Singapore’s casino operators paid 57.7 percent less in fines to the Casino Regulatory Authority in the 2017/18 financial year compared to the prior
Australian wagering giant, Tabcorp swung to a loss of A$20.8 million ($16.5 million) in the year ending June 30, hurt by the costs of its merger with
Tabcorp has called for a civil-penalty regime for breaches of gambling law, with companies, directors and executives subject to fines, according to a
During the first eight months of the year, a total of 301 inspections had been jointly carried out in casinos by the Health and the Gaming Inspection
Singapore’s regulatory authority has imposed a fine on Las Vegas Sands’ Marina Bay Sands property and censored Genting Singapore’s Resorts Worl
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