After eight rounds of sixty minutes each, the final heat of the main concluded and what remained were 49 players out of the 74 that signed up.
Chinese authorities have lodged criminal charges against 18 Crown Resorts staffers, including three Australians, for alleged gambling crimes.
Seventy-six entertainment venues have been shut down across China while 26 others had their operations suspended.
Bitcoin’s steady stream of good news continues this week. Despite not having any real catalyst, the digital currency is advancing towards record territory.
BTC China, the last of the so-called Big 3 exchanges in China, has also resumed cryptocurrency withdrawals on its platform.
Macau casino boss Lawrence Ho says China arrested Crown Resorts marketing staff because their activity with mainland VIPs wasn't "discreet."
Financial authorities in Macau, Hong Kong and Beijing vow to up their game in the fight against money laundering and other financial shenanigans.
Chinese online sports lottery operator 500.com acquires majority stake in Maltese parent of lottery betting and online casino operator Multilotto.com.
Chinese police arrest 203 individuals connected with a bogus online lottery operation; 500.com loses another $9m; AGTech revenue falls.
Bitcoin has gone parabolic. Again. We’re now at $1,736. By the time I finish writing this we may be passed $1,800.