Australasian Gaming Expo to provide a great visitor experience

Most popular casino brands such as Konami Gaming will be part of AGE 2017.


Tabcorp and Tatts merger gets green light

The merger of the Australian companies has been approved by the Australian Competition Tribunal.

GTA CEO elected to EEAA Board

Gaming Technologies Association CEO has been appointed to the EEAA Board Directors.

Australia allows gaming expansion

Western Australia approved an immediate implementation of casino permissions at cruise ships.

Australia worried about betting on amateur sports.

Betting on amateur sports worries Australia

Sports betting in suburban, amateur games around Australia have raised concerns over match fixing and the authorities are looking into it.


Australian senators in favor of online poker

Two senators are sponsoring a measure today that seeks the investigation of online poker impediments in the territory.

Major Australian merger is rescheduled

Major merger between Tabcorp and Tatts Group has been delayed until September.

AGE 2017 will be held through June 15 to 17.

AGE to be held at the ICC Sydney

The 2017 Australasian Gaming  Expo (AGE) is set to receive visitors and exhibitors at its permanent home, the new ICC Sydney in Darling Harbour.

Tabcorp-Tatts merger would be subject to certain conditions.

Tabcorp-Tatts merger still alive

Despite being opposed by the ACCC, the Tabcorp-Tatts merger could be allowed if the potential entity complies to certain conditions.

Australia to fund Olympics campaign with a lottery.

New lottery to fund Australian Olympics campaign

The federal government plans to institute a sports lottery that’s expected to raise US$74.54 million for Australia’s Tokyo Olympics campaign.

Sports betting mostly goes through online wagering Australia.

Internet hoards sports betting in Australia

A UBS report reveals that nearly 65 percent of sports wagers in Australia were placed online during the second half of 2016.

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Melco Crown partnership officially ended

The Australian-based Crown Resorts announced that the company and Melco have finally parted ways.