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Japanese casino legislation clears penultimate hurdle

In Japan, proposed legislation that would legalize casino gambling could reportedly face a vote before the full House of Councillors as soon as tomorrow after earlier today being ratified by the body’s influential Committee on Cabinet. According to a report from GGRAsia, the Integrated Resort Implementation Bill is set to license up to three integrated […]

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Kangwon Land hiring scandal in South Korea nets two indictments

A hiring scandal at South Korea’s only casino accessible to locals, Kangwon Land (pictured), has reportedly resulted in the indictment of two lawmakers from the nation’s conservative Liberty Korea Party. The indictments bring to a close an investigation by an independent probe team that lasted two and a half years. KBS World Radio, the official […]

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Macau airport to handle 8 million plus travellers this year; report

Macau International Airport Co Ltd, operator of the airport in the special administrative region of Macau, reportedly estimates that for all of 2018 the facility will handle upwards of 8 million passengers. GGRAsia reports that the estimate by the operating body known as CAM, represents a 12 percent year-on-year swell. In 2017, a record 7.16 […]

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NetEnt announces new MAX slot game product line

Leading supplier of premium gaming solutions, NetEnt has now announced their slot game offering is expanding with the launch of a new product line known as MAX. The concept of MAX includes games catering to different groups of online casino players and lets operators use one game launch and marketing push to address different needs. […]

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Ontario casinos heading for American stewardship

In Canada, it looks like the future operators of Casino Niagara and the nearby Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort are set to be American after local casino firms Great Canadian Gaming Corporation and Gateway Casinos and Entertainment Limited reportedly withdrew from the bidding process. According to a Sunday report from The Globe and Mail newspaper cited […]

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Rush Street Gaming applies for Pennsylvania online casino license

Yesterday reportedly saw American casino operator, Rush Street Gaming, become the latest to apply for a Pennsylvania iGaming license in hopes of soon being able to offer online players in the eastern state the ability to enjoy poker, slots and table games such as roulette. According to a Monday report from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette newspaper, […]

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