Morgan Stanley’s latest adjustment to Macau’s gaming outlook shows a projected tally for GGR of USD23.7 billion, down by around 10% from previous forecasts, due to the strong headwinds against the VIP gaming sector.
Zitro Digital, Zitro’s online division, has just announced the recent certification of some of its most popular games for the Colombian market. Online casino operators in the Andean country now have at their disposal a wide range of famous video slot and video bingo titles, including great bingo hits such as DaVinci Secrets and Double Bonus, as well as slot games like Fortune Goddess or Wild Mustang, among many others. Very soon, Zitro will add even more games, including the best-selling Link King.
Michael Dugher, chief executive of the Betting and Gaming Council, has congratulated Kwasi Kwarteng on his appointment as the new Business Secretary.
Sheldon Adelson, the founder, chairman and chief executive officer of casino empire Las Vegas Sands, is taking a medical leave of absence to resume cancer treatment.
With the UK and much of Europe now in lockdown, EAG Online will be pushed back with the intention to review the date in the coming weeks.
The AGEM Index improved by 60.18 points in December to 691.90 points, a 9.5 percent gain from November 2020. Overall, the majority of AGEM Index companies reported gains in stock price over the month, with nine trending positively and four moving negatively.
Privately-held Macau junket investor Suncity Group said in a Tuesday press release that Hoiana (pictured in an artist’s rendering), a Vietnam casino resort that launched last year, would see a start this year in its second phase of development, and would target “tourists from Southeast Asia”.
IGT technology is first in the State to enable Cashless Wagering Accounts for slot play via Resort Wallet™ solution for IGT ADVANTAGE® casino management system
For the 51st consecutive year, the World Series of Poker (WSOP) $10,000 No-Limit Hold-Em World Championship, also known as the Main Event, crowned a world champion on Sunday, Jan. 3, at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino as international champion Damien Salas of Bueno Aires, Argentina, played head-to-head in a first-of-its-kind showdown against U.S. champion Joseph Hebert of Metairie, LA.