Crown Resorts' Melbourne casino to face royal commission in Victoria while yet another director quits following Bergin report.
Pagcor has another record month; Congress wants power to issue gaming licenses
Pagcor has another record revenue month in February; House of Representatives pass bill giving them power to approve gaming licenses
Okada files countersuit against Wynn, alleges racketeering and fraud
Kazuo Okada files countersuit against Wynn Resorts to block forced redemption of shares; Wynn accused of racketeering violations
Las Vegas Sands hit with Macau lawsuit, loses appeal against UK labor union
Las Vegas Sands hit with breach of contract lawsuit by former Macau partner Asian American Entertainment; Sands loses UK defamation suit
Cheltenham Armageddon; Hills and Playtech to talk ‘third way’ on joint venture
William Hill Online joint venture partners William Hill and Playtech to open talks this month about potentially unraveling the relationship
Gaming Industry News Weekly Recap – Stories You Might Have Missed
The gambling stories that made headlines during the week of March 4-10, 2012.
South Africa’s long slog toward online gambling regulation mirrors America
South Africa's long, slow process of enacting online gambling regulations mirrors the dysfunctional federal-state schism in America.
Macau not investigating Neptune Group; MGM says CasinoLeaks claims ‘baseless’
Macau regulators say no investigation into allegations of unsuitability re junket operator Neptune Group; MGM calls allegations 'baseless'
Hong Kong gambling study shows Macau way up, online gambling non-existent
GBGC analyst estimates 2011 Asian online betting turnover at $15-18b; Hong Kong releases 2011 gambling study, showing increased Macau spend