New South Wales chief gaming regulator Philip Crawford said the reinstatement of Crown Resorts’ license in New South Wales is a “realistic prospect”, provided the company has its “structures in place.”
Macau’s judiciary police has sworn-in Sou Sio Keong as the new Director of its Gaming-related and Economic Crimes Investigation Department.
The Macau government on Wednesday announced that its mutual extradition agreement with South Korea has come into force, which will allow one country to extradite a fugitive from the other for local prosecution.
Lotte Tour Development has now acknowledged that some of its shopping facilities within Jeju Dream Tower are larger than regulations permit, but pledged to be more careful in the future.
Government spokesmen and ruling party executives in Japan refrained from making extensive comments about the start of the trial of former Senior Vice Minister Tsukasa Akimoto on charges of accepting bribes from 500 .com and witness tampering. LDP Secretary-General...
An illegal casino allegedly functioning out of Radisson Blu Hotel in southwest Delhi’s Mahipalpur was busted on Saturday night, with fourteen people arrested.
News last month that Thailand may consider legalizing gambling has been met with scepticism by those who know the market well, with most saying casinos are not likely to open in at least the next decade.
A Chinese-controlled special economic zone in Sri Lanka is set to have regulation that will cover gaming, according to a draft law, local media reports.
Today begins the trial of former Senior Vice Minister of the Cabinet Office Tsukasa Akimoto on charges of receiving bribes from agents of 500 .com and attempting to induce witnesses to perjure themselves.
Goa's Chief Minister said the government is currently reviewing the state's casino legislation, including the power and duties of a potential Gaming Commissioner.
Chief Judge Ramona Manglona of the District Court for the NMI has ruled that Imperial Pacific International violated her discovery order in connection with the Pacific Rim Land Development case and is in contempt of court.
The Goa Football Association has informed its executive committee and the member football clubs that there are indications that some matches are being fixed.
A survey by community platform LocalCircles found that 68 percent of Indians would like to see regulation for online fantasy sports platforms. The survey received more than 50,000 responses from 309 Indian districts.
Victoria's Royal Commission investigating Crown Resorts is to begin its first hearing tomorrow, March 24. The inquiry will be chaired by former Federal Court judge Raymond Finkelstein.
The All India Gaming Federation has challenged the constitutional validity of the Tamil Nadu Government's ban on online poker.
VIP play had been projected to be a major segment of the potential overall Japanese gaming market, but a lot has changed since the law permitting integrated resorts was passed in 2018.
Blackstone is unlikely to win approval from Crown Resorts’ board or shareholders with its current A$11.85 bid, J.P. Morgan analysts wrote in a note.
Santosh Tamu, an employee of Tiger Palace Resort in Nepal, has filed a complaint against the resort at Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB). According to Tamu, the resort has diverted the loan taken from Prime Commercial Bank to a casino.
According to media reports, the Cambodian government has given provincial administrations authority to implement restrictions on travel between provinces in response to the current Covid outbreak.
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