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2020-08-12
A survey of over five hundred gaming CEOs in Australia, principally pubs and clubs, revealed details about the impacts of Covid-19, which was describe

2020-07-24
Asia Gaming Brief is carrying out a research study of the Australian clubs and pubs to gain a better understanding of the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and how the industry is responding to the crisis.

2018-07-06
Rashid Teymasov, the former head of Royal Time Group has been declared bankrupt, while the company he headed has exited all projects in other Russian

2018-03-27
Kangwon Land, the country’s only locals-permitted casino, failed to satisfy customers according to a survey commissioned by the Ministry of Strategy

2018-03-07
Income Access, Paysafe’s marketing and technology services provider, has released a new survey report, entitled State of Play: iGaming’s Affiliate

2018-02-19
George Tanasijevich, managing director of global development at Las Vegas Sands, recently presented a survey in central Tokyo, which for the first tim

2017-10-02
Around 3.6 percent of the Japanese population have suffered from gambling addiction, according to a government survey released on Friday. The number a

2017-08-17
Men who have endured physical abuse or violence at home as a child are more likely to become problem gamblers, according to a recent UK survey, Reuter

2017-08-02
Almost 200,000 people in Australia suffer from problem gambling, according to figures from the The Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia

2017-07-22
The city of Tomakomai, Hokkaido, held a briefing session for IR operators in Tokyo on Friday afternoon, getting a jump on most other Japanese local go

2017-04-11
Gambling participation and the prevalence of gambling disorders among Hong Kong people have been on the decline, according to a study commissioned by

2017-04-08
Hong Kong’s gamblers spend more in the casino ships that leave the territory for international waters than they do in Macau’s casinos, a governmen

2017-03-05
Around 68.7 percent of respondents to a new survey by the Macau Gaming Enterprises Staff Association have expressed their desire to work in smoke free

2017-02-13
More than 50 percent of gaming employees in Macau are in favor of smoking lounges, according to a survey commissioned by the city’s gaming concessio

2017-01-24
An increasing number of Koreans are turning to lotteries, casinos and other speculative games despite the economic slump, reports Korea Times. Accordi

2016-07-20
Macau’s Social Welfare Bureau has commissioned a study on the Macau residents’ participation in gambling activities. The study is said to help the

2016-07-18
Almost 50 percent of China’s post-90s blue-collar workers consider lottery tickets as a means of investment, according to the Tsinghua Media Survey

2016-07-05
Australian punters will have their chance to provide input on how minimum bet policy in Victorian racing will be formed, local media reports. Racing V

2016-03-06
Average earnings (excluding bonuses and allowances) of full time employees in the gaming sector went up 4.6 percent in December 2015 year on year, whi

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