Despite the gambling crackdown that has forced several companies to remove gambling apps from the market, China is ripe for blockchain-based casinos.
Macau’s Golden Week, which marks the celebration of the anniversary of the founding of China, got off to a strong start just over a week ago.
China's sports lottery sales continue their remarkable growth spurt in August, despite the conclusion of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Macau’s Statistics and Census Service recorded 3.4 million visitor arrivals for August, an increase of 18.7% over the same period last year.
The chairman and CEO of the company, Zhang Wei, has been sentenced to 12 months in prison following the denial of an appeal stemming from bribery charges.
Chinese authorities disrupt an illegal online baccarat network and another WeChat group taking wagers on lottery outcomes.
China's lottery sales jump more than three-fifths in July as second half of FIFA World Cup more than doubles sports lottery business.
As regulators continue to clamp down on gambling in Macau, some believe that China's special administrative region may be forced to give up on poker.
China announces that it's investigating a former senior welfare lottery official for suspected corruption, the fifth such probe in the past 18 months.
A recent increase in government scrutiny of the country’s gaming industry is causing a number of companies to rethink their offerings.