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- Macau won’t bring in outsiders to run casino tables
13 December 2018
The idea of allowing non-locals to be employed as casino dealers in Macau hasn’t been met with a great deal of enthusiasm by locals.
- Employee leave plan in Macau could be shelved
7 December 2018
A plan that would have allowed employees in Macau to enjoy mandatory holidays might have to wait.
- Macau government green lights MGM Cotai table allocations
25 January 2018
Macau’s Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ) has approved the allocation of more than 100 new-to-market live dealer gaming tables to MGM Cotai.
- Macau mulls amending terms for casino concession renewal process
11 July 2017
A possible “refreshment” of gaming rights is on the horizon for Macau’s current concessionaires and sub-concessionaires.
- Macau casino operators could set up shop in Coloane says government official
30 November 2016
The casino business in Macau could extend to the island of Coloane according to a report in GGRAsia says government official.
- Macau gov’t brushes aside Crown’s mainland woes
21 October 2016
Macau government remains unfazed by the recent crackdowns that Chinese authorities launched against junket operators in mainland China
Stephen Hung abandons floundering Macau hotel project
31 January 2018
Macau units lift Wynn Resorts Q2 net revenues
26 July 2017
Macau night spots to hit when you’re not gambling
2 April 2014
Hong Kong, Macau now joined by ‘bridge of death’
2 April 2018
DeClub Macau wants to build the world’s first blockchain casino
22 October 2018