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2020-08-26
Two former advisors of China’s 500 .com had admitted to seeking to bribe a Japanese lawmaker in connection with its search for a casino license, according to local media reports.

2019-07-17
At least three casinos are reportedly testing facial recognition systems inside their premises, according to Macau’s gaming regulator. “Current

2018-11-14
Trials have begun for the suspects involved in a $420 million illegal gambling ring, which was busted in May last year by Vietnamese police, local med

2017-09-13
Aristocrat Leisure has denied in federal court that its machines are deceptive and designed to feed addiction, arguing that anyone unclear about how s

2017-08-21
Las Vegas Sands is expected to appear in a Macau court to defend its 2002 decision to drop its joint venture partner Asian American Entertainment Corp

2017-05-03
The Crown Resorts staff currently detained in China have officially had their case handed to local prosecutors, local media reports. On Wednesday, the

2017-02-28
Amaya Inc. founder and former chief executive officer David Baazov is set to face trial in November over allegations of ‘insider trading’, local m

2016-03-16
Alan Ho, the nephew of casino mogul Stanley Ho, has been sentenced to 13 months in jail for running a prostitution racket, local media reports. Alan H

2016-02-21
Hotel Lisboa had been receiving and investigating complaints from women who were being asked to pay to access a “working room” at the hotel, howev

2015-03-25
A federal judge is now deciding the fate of Paul Phua, a gambling mogul who was arrested in July after FBI agents posed as Internet repairmen to enter

2015-03-01
Paul Phua, the gambling kingpin on trial in the US, has given up his Malaysian citizenship to become a national of Montenegro. Montenegrin media rep

2015-01-01
Malaysia’s Home Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has reportedly vouched for a Malaysian who is facing illegal bookmaking charges in Las Vegas

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