Ainsworth Game Technology said it will prudently invest in research and development to position itself for a long-term post-pandemic recovery.
Donaco International said it has seen “significant progress” in moves towards reopening borders in Southeast Asia and its two casinos will be ready to resume operations as soon as the situation warrants.
Melco Resorts & Entertainment CEO Lawrence Ho said his company is still committed to building a world-beating IR in Japan and is in a strong financial position, despite swinging to a loss in Q2 due to Covid-19.
Star Entertainment Group said its domestic gaming revenue in July reached 80 percent of the prior calendar year and that investment in its properties will enhance long-term growth potential.
Tabcorp digital turnover outstripped retail turnover for the first time in a full year after Covid-19 forced the closure of its outlets and tipped the group to an $870 million ($631.8 million) loss.
Genting Singapore is seeking to cut costs by about 20 percent to 30 percent after suffering its worst quarterly loss since it opened Resorts World Sentosa.
Melco Resorts & Entertainment swung to a loss in Q1 due to the impact of the coronavirus, but said it remains committed to its development plans, including a bid for a license in Japan.
Toronto-based private equity company Clairvest has posted a net loss for fiscal Q1 of C$11.6 million ($9.1 million), or $0.76 a share, after accountin
Iao Kun Holdings has transferred its listing from the Nasdaq Global Market to the Nasdaq Capital Market after failing to comply with the exchange’s
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