AGTech is starting to make major inroads in China, this time with the sale of offline retail and lottery machines.
Understanding why China makes the decisions it does requires some thoughtful analysis of philosophy and the levers Chinese leaders will pull for leverage.
China's lottery sales fall 35% in October, the ninth straight month of falling sales; China busts illegal online gambling op posing as 'Genting Online.'
China’s fight against online gambling in Asia could soon spread into Europe, as well, causing its gaming industry to suffer.
China's financial watchdogs slap a $4.1m fine on JD.com's Chinabank Payments subsidiary for enabling payments to unauthorized gambling websites.
China issues warning regarding 'gambling content' in gaming equipment and devices, while introducing new restrictions on playing online video games.
China's lottery sales reported yet another double-digit decline in September, marking the eighth straight month of year-on-year declines.
There’s no telling what exactly has hurt Macau this year or how much, or when matters will improve, but some positive signs might be coming soon.
Chinese authorities hail the bust of a major Cambodia-based online gambling operation, pledge non-gaming funding to boost Sihanoukville economy.
500.com, which formerly offered online lottery sales in China, pitches its blockchain technology as the solution to rampant lottery fraud.