Malta-based Oryx Gaming has added Australia-based CandleBets as one of its exclusive remote gaming server content providers, offering a new approach t
Online gaming in India is recording explosive growth, with the total number of gamers expected to hit 300 million by the end of next year, from just 120 million in 2016.
The Asian igaming sector continues to attract high levels of interest from betting and casino operators targeting markets such as Thailand, Vietnam or Indonesia and, of course, China; which remains by far the biggest of them all.
The digital economy of Asia is continuing to grow at an incredible rate as we enter a new decade, and one of the biggest beneficiaries of this is the e-Gaming industry.
Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGO) have agreed to implement measures against the coronavirus after the country’s first death from the viral
Tailored content that embraces Asia’s nuances will be key to success in a region where there are few common denominators on which providers can build strategies for the new decade.
Jason Ader, managing partner at SpringOwl Asset Management and a former board member at Las Vegas Sands, told a CNBC business program on Tuesday that
Cambodia’s online gaming ban, which came into effect as of Jan. 1st, has triggered mass layoffs and the shutdown of numerous casinos, and is not expected to be lifted due to pressure from the Chinese government.
Indian casino operator Delta Corp reported stagnant results in the quarter ending December 31 with almost INR2.1 billion (about US$29.4 million) in net income from operations, a figure that was virtually identical to the previous year.
QTech Games saying gaming turnover in Asia more than doubled in August and rose 120 percent in September, beating analysts’ projections.
A bill that clarifies taxes on Philippine Offshore Gaming Operations, including a proposal for a 5 percent franchise tax on gross receipts, was filed in the House of Representatives on Wednesday
Asian governments are expected to eventually regulate online gaming, though lack of legislation is still a major factor holding back potential.
When 188Bet announced its withdrawal from the UK and Irish markets in March, it was the latest in a long line of Asia-facing operators to back away from Europe’s highly-regulated igaming jurisdictions.
So far, Saipan’s experience with gaming has been like a rollercoaster ride: a near-vertical climb, followed by a precipitous drop. Now the remote is
India’s booming online gaming market is attracting a flood of investment from mainland China as Beijing steps up efforts to regulate video games at home.
The news at the start of the year that PAGCOR was promoting the advantages of gambling operators from the UK and Europe basing themselves in the Philippines comes at an interesting time in the development of Europe’s jurisdictional map.
G2E Asia said it will continue to work with regulators to ensure products that are illegal in Macau are not on display at the show and says its exhibitors are “committed” to not promoting any online, or mobile, consumer facing products.
The global igaming industry has enjoyed significant regulatory breakthroughs around the world over the past year, but the emergence of a genuinely int
A recent report on trends within the Asian online gambling recruitment space has highlighted the volatility of wages within a market where experts sug
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