Hong Kong-listed casino operator Imperial Pacific International is facing suspension of its gaming license due to its failure or may be unwillingness to pay millions of dollars into a local community benefit fund.
Global financial services provider and credit ratings agency UBS has revised its estimate for Macau’s gross gaming revenue (GGR), projecting a bigger decline in revenue for the world’s biggest gaming destination this year due to COVID-19 lockdowns.
Osaka officials confirmed on Thursday that they pushed back the request-for-proposal (RFP) deadline for Integrated Resort (IR) project by another six months, a move that is expected to delay the opening of a casino in the city until 2028.
American casino giant Caesars Entertainment Corporation has been selected by Danville City officials to construct a massive casino resort, if local voters approve the plan during a ballot referendum scheduled to take place in November this year.
Marking the end of COVID-19-led casino closure, dice rolled and slot machines jingled for the first guests who started gambling again on Thursday, June 4th, in Las Vegas and all the way through Nevada.
The Meadows Racetrack & Casino, a state-of-the-art racing track and slot machine casino in the North Strabane Township, will reopen its doors to entertainment enthusiasts on coming Tuesday, June 9th.
Land-based and mobile sports betting services will continue to entertain gamers in Rhode Island as a local psychiatrist’s legal attempt to get the controversial services declared as unconstitutional has failed.
Paradise, Nevada-based gaming giant Boyd Gaming Corporation has notified workers of possible layoffs, declaring that that job cuts could reach 60 percent at some of its properties.
While some casino industry experts have repeatedly warned that the ongoing violent protests in Las Vegas could discourage guests from heading back to casinos in the city, casino operators have declared that their reopening plans are still on track and they will not be deferred.
Macau, the Las Vegas of Asia, continued to experience the brunt of COVID-19-induced prolonged lockdown as its gross gaming revenue (GGR) slipped 93.2 per cent in May. Strict travel controls continued to impede the Special Administrative Region’s recovery efforts and even with relaxation for specific regions, Macau casinos are waiting to welcome crowds at pre COVID-19 levels.