Goa to shift off-shore casinos

The government of Goa has announced a plan that is set to relocate offshore casinos from the river Mandovi.

G2E Asia published great results

G2E, major event for the gaming industry, completed a great edition in Macau last month.

Japanese city may take back project

The Japanese city of Wakayama could dismiss the proposed casino and resort project.


Indian state blocks online rummy

The measure that was sent to the governor is part of a plan to eliminate gambling in all forms in India.


Chairman of Landing Intl could buy all shares

The official from Landing International made an official offer to acquire all the shares in the company that he doesn’t own.

PAGCOR opens bidding process.

PAGCOR opens bidding process

A bidding process for administrators of POGO licenses has been opened by PAGCOR in order to find an experienced consultant.


PhilWeb could operate again

Philippines’ local gaming corporation could allow PhilWeb to run in the country if it changes its operations.

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Ho Tram Strip to start third phase in Q4

The Vietnam project is set to start development during the fourth quarter of the year.


Macau increased casino security

The bureau in charge of the regulations confirmed that six casinos in Macau increased security after the RWM attack.


Japan casino bill moves forward

A special committee gathered yesterday to draft the casino implementation bill in Japan.

Gujarat High Court delayed the dispute to June 23.

High Court delays poker dispute

The Gujarat High Court has adjourned to June 23 the petition filed by six poker clubs in regards of the legality of poker in the region.


China sets Crown staff court date

The Crown Resorts employees that were detained and charged in China are set to appear in Shanghai court on June 26.