Asian News

  • G2E Asia postponed to July 2020

    By Casino International on March 3, 2020
    Global Gaming Expo (G2E) Asia – the marketplace for the Asian gaming and entertainment industry – is postponing G2E Asia to July 28-30, 2020 at the Venetian Macao.   G2E Asia and its organizers, the American Gaming Association and Reed Exhibitions, fully understand and appreciate the level of planning that is required to participate in this event. The coronavirus disease […]
  • Macau Business

    By Casino International on February 1, 2019
    Local companies have recently developed an AI-based media platform to screen ads in taxis – displaying information relevant to what has just been said in the cab By Tony Lai
  • Property roulette

    By Casino International on January 1, 2019
    With more bearish signs evident for the Hong Kong and Mainland Chinese residential property market amid the trade war and other factors, observers say the local home market will likely remain unscathed as long as casinos here don’t lose their glitz. On the heels of the first interest rate hike for more than a decade, coupled with the continuous simmering […]
  • Galaxy regains top gaming revenue spot

    By Casino International on November 1, 2018
    Powered mainly by the VIP sector, Galaxy Entertainment has posted the largest market share for the first half of the year, just edging out Sands China, which leads in the mass market. Both operators have in common the fact that they have surpassed the gross revenue of the entire Las Vegas Strip, according to company data and jurisdictional information for Macau and Vegas. By Sérgio Terra
  • Video games, way to go?

    By Casino International on August 1, 2018
    Local gaming operators recently laid their bets on e-sports as a new non-gaming offering for the younger demographic – but it remains to be seen whether these competitive video games can be real game-changers.
  • Casinos in Seac Pai Van

    By Casino International on August 1, 2018
    There are no laws limiting the appearance of casinos in any part of Macau, but Coloane has been out of it. Until when? And if they are authorised in Seac Pai Van can they also pop up in Hac-Sa or in the village of Coloane?
  • Gaming briefs

    By Casino International on August 1, 2018
    Jockey Club’s investment plan Legislator Ellen Lei Cheng I revealed that the Macau Jockey Club is to include investment such as improving facilities, smart stables, a horse theme park and a riding school. The information was disclosed after the Legislative Assembly (AL) for land and public grants concessions had a meeting with government representatives. The Macau Horse Racing Company Ltd. […]
  • Hainan waits for 2049

    By Casino International on July 1, 2018
    Hainan – dubbed ‘the Hawaii of China’ – is not an immediate threat to Macau’s gaming dominance but what happens in this Special Economic Zone is too important to ignore. In the present – and especially in the future.
  • Regulator showing its hand

    By Casino International on June 1, 2018
    The government is now revising junket regulations, which may, in turn, lead to requirements of at least half share in junket operators being held by Macau residents.
  • Successful launch of Dallmeier Smart Casino Solutions

    By Casino International on May 30, 2018
    Dallmeier, a worldwide acknowledged solutions provider for the casino industry, has just returned from G2E Asia show where the company have had a successful launch of their new innovative Smart Casino Solutions, extremely well received by the visitors.