Macau’s Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau has restricted Macau gaming operators from transferring to third parties – based in Macau or elsewhere – any information related with their respective “gaming activities or operations, including customer personal data”. The restriction by the casino regulator – a body also known by its Portuguese acronym DICJ – additionally covers the city’s junket operators, reported the Macau News Agency.
Police in Bangladesh’s capital Dhaka raided five establishments suspected of harboring illegal casino operations. In the process, the Rapid Action Battalion arrested 182 individuals, including Khalid Mahmud Bhuiyan, a leader of the Jubo League, the youth wing of the Awami League party.
The player network of Mansion will now be able to enjoy some of the most successful and entertaining online slots from the award-winning collection of Microgaming, including the widely popular Mega Moolah which has created several millionaires all over the world, and holds the record for highest jackpot pay out by an online slot game.
Cambodia may walk back its decision to shut down its online gaming industry, risking the ire of closest regional ally China.
For more than a decade, business process outsourcing (BPO) has been the goose laying the golden eggs for the Philippines.
Empire Resorts, parent company of Resorts World Catskills casino, recorded a second-quarter 2019 loss of $35.96 million on revenue of $60.07 million and operating expenses of $79.94 million, according to a Friday financial filing.
Grand Theft Auto Online‘s highly-anticipated Diamond Casino update recently went ‘live’ but players in over 50 countries are barred from purchasing chips due to gambling laws in their respective countries.
The biggest competition threat for Genting Malaysia Bhd’s (Genting Malaysia) mass and premium-mass segment is projected to come from the casinos in Cambodia, the Philippines and Vietnam.
Mobile apps might drive the future of sports gambling in the United States, but casinos are still betting big on physical sportsbooks as legal wagering expands to new places.
Following a recent civil tax audit of Playtech in Israel, the online gambling tech company now has to pay a further $32m in taxes to the Israeli taxation authority.