IGamiX consultant Ben Lee suggests Beijing is growing impatient with Macau's efforts at diversifying its economy
Sports lottery tech and hardware supplier AGTech Holdings sees revenue double in 2012 as China lottery market growth outpaces global average
Junket investor Neptune Group posts 33% profit rise in its fiscal H1, while junket operator AERL's turnover continues to slide.
The Macau Daily Times reports that there are as many as 10 gaming licenses issued by Hainan authorities to casino operators on the QT.
Las Vegas Sands reportedly tells US Securities and Exchange Commission that its China dealings violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
FIFA imposes more bans on players and officials from match-fixing; France cleared of any match-fixing by Europol
A cashless, members-only poker club plans to open in Beijing in April, but how long will the authorities allow it to stay open?
Taiwan's casino enabling legislation may not pass until Q3, but China has threatened to ban its residents from traveling to Taiwan.
Authorities in Hainan province shut down 'cashless' casino bar at Mangrove Tree Resort World for going beyond scope of license
A new 'casino bar' in Hainan -- in which players play for 'points' -- could challenge Macau's monopoly on casino gambling on Chinese soil.