Casino operators cozying up to Osaka, Japan, to win a partnership to build an integrated resort in the city will have to keep schmoozing a while longer.
Japan could become one of the first countries to fully embrace digital currencies as a form of payments at its casinos, experts say.
Hokkaido, Japan is becoming a popular target for casino operators wishing to launch an integrated resort (IR) in the country.
As a means to deter problem gamblers, Japanese government is discussing to use facial recognition technology in gambling venues including IR.
In a sly attempt to help his city get an integrated resort, Osaka’s mayor has proposed an F1 race as well.
Osaka, Japan received over 12 million tourists last year, according to the Japan National Tourism Organization.
A new Integrated Resort (IR) Development and Promotion Ordinance has been put forward as the IR program in Japan continues to develop.
Nagoya is considering vying for an IR bid, and has it will make a decision by this summer.
Paradise Co. is considering extending its partnership with Sega Sammy to compete for an integrated resort (IR) license in Japan.
Gov't officials in the Wakayama Prefecture of Japan are confident they will receive one of the three approvals for an integrated resort (IR) in the country.