Paulo Martins Chan is relinquishing his position as he seeks a return to the Public Prosecutor’s Office.
The director of Macau's Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau skips G2E Asia conference as illegal online gambling promoter arrested.
Macau’s economy grew at a faster pace in the first three quarters of 2017 on the back of solid gaming and tourism growth and a lower comparative base.
DICJ has started auditing the city's 126 licensed junket operators as mainland China's anti-corruption drive continues.
Macau gaming regulator says number of valid junket operator licenses expected to shrink from 141 in January 2016 to "slightly more than 120."
Regulations for Macau’s increasingly popular electronic table games will undergo an overhaul in the coming months.
Macau gaming regulator Paulo Martins Chan says operators need to close the revenue gap between slot machines and VIP baccarat.
A plan to amend Macau’s Casino Law gets a big push from at least 11 local associations representing the interests of casino employees.
G2E Asia continues to demonstrate its commitment to serving industry needs and propelling forward the development of Asia’s gaming industry.
Macau casino revenue falls 16.3% in March, dashing hopes that February's 0.5% decline had signalled an end to its 22-month losing streak.