President Rodrigo Duterte will study whether to ban online gambling in the Philippines following a meeting with President Xi Jinping in Beijing on Friday, according to media reports.
The decision to ban online gambling in the Philippines is up to the country itself, said Manila’s top diplomat in a televised briefing on Thursday.
Despite the delay in central government policy and criticism from some citizen’s groups, Nagasaki Prefecture is pushing ahead with its IR plans, launching the first meeting of an Experts Committee on Wednesday evening.
President Rodrigo Duterte has not yet changed his position on the moratorium against new casino licenses, according to a presidential spokesperson on
At a symposium held on Monday, the Wakayama prefectural and city governments made their first substantial attempt to explain directly to the local pub
President Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday held a meeting with the top executives of Melco Resorts and Entertainment, according to a government news releas
Sands China is bolstering its offerings for the Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions (MICE) industry with the launch of a new promotional
Macau’s casino operators have been asked to step up their security following the botched robbery at Resorts World Manila on Friday that left more th
Delegates from the Thailand Government Lottery Office visited the offices of the the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) earlier this month t
Delta Corp Ltd. has been given the shareholder green-light to merge with Gauss Networks, the parent company of poker website Adda52. In a court-con
Macau’s gaming regulator will soon be holding a meeting with its six gaming concessionaires following the arrest of 18 Crown Resorts staff in China,
Macau chief executive, Mr Chui Sai On said the government has received valuable contributions from mainland officials regarding Macau’s Five-Year De
Emperor Entertainment Hotel announced at its annual general meeting that it has elected Susanna Kwan as director of the company. Susanna Kwan, 48, has
The Power of the Macao Gaming Association organized a meeting in which a number of gaming industry trade unions demanded that the government legislate
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