I would be lying if I said it’s going to be easy to accept this transition and to refocus my efforts elsewhere. However, I am eternally grateful for having been given this excellent opportunity and have enjoyed every aspect of being involved in the Calvin Ayre organization.
Gaming wages in Macau outpaced inflation through December
The average earnings for full-time gaming employees, excluding bonuses, through the end of December were 3.5% higher year-on-year.
MGM considers swapping some employees for robots
MGM Resorts made an announcement this week that has kept a number of its employees up at night, and which has put labor unions into preemptive strike mode.
Caesars hurt by lack of Asian presence, Bernstein analysts say
Caesars Entertainment has been expanding since it emerged from bankruptcy a year and a half ago, but those expansion plans have missed out on a key market.
New Connecticut sports gambling bill favors sports leagues
A new sports gambling bill has been introduced to open the market, which includes the integrity fee as a priority.
Gaming regulators in Malta and Sweden team up
Malta’s gaming regulator, the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA), has joined forces with its Swedish counterpart, the Spelinspektionen.
Atlantic Club Casino having a hard time finding a buyer
The Atlantic Club has been closed since January 2014 after increased competition in the area left it with no financial future and, since then, has been looking for a new owner.
China wants Macau to provide better oversight of gambling industry
China is expecting Macau to take a larger stance in helping to ensure regulations for the gaming industry are enforced.
Queensland wants to know if there’s interest for second Gold Coast casino
Queensland wants to know if there is interest in a second casino resort in the area and is giving casino operators the chance to weigh in.