Australian law firm, Senet, said it has appointed former regulator Paul Newson as head of its gambling practice.
The Commonwealth Casino Commission has adopted an order requiring Imperial Pacific to maintain enough working capital to pay three months of wages in a bank either in the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands or U.S. bank, local media reports.
Suncity’s backdoor foray into the Philippines gaming industry has raised questions from industry stakeholders, particularly regulators, according to
Australian regulators are likely to focus on probity issues in their investigations into Crown Resorts’ operations, although experts don’t expect any major red flags to be raised.
New South Wales regulators have launched a probe into the sale of a stake in Crown Resorts to Melco Resorts & Entertainment following an investigative news report alleging illegal operations.
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.
Regulators in the state of Victoria are probing allegations relating to the blanking of low-betting option buttons on pokies machines by Crown Resorts
Galaxy Entertainment Group executive director Francis Lui is calling for closer co-operation between Macau’s gaming regulator and its concessionaire
Hong Kong-listed Imperial Pacific reportedly met with officials from ratings agencies Fitch Group, Moody’s and Standard and Poor’s last week, loca
Gaming Laboratories International will welcome Lt. Colonel Kevin Sweeney on Thursday, March 3 as the keynote speaker at the company’s 2016 North A
The International Masters of Gaming Law (IMGL) have announced a partnership with AGB to produce a new publication for gaming lawyers, counsels and re
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