Saturday, March 30, 2019

Singapore

SIS retains live pictures and data distribution rights in Singapore

SIS (Sports Information Services) has extended its agreement with the Singapore Pools (Private) Limited, as the distributor of live pictures and data from the...

Singtel to sponsor Southeast Asian Games esports team

Singtel said it would sponsor Singapore’s first Southeast Asian Games esports team and two new amateur leagues under the PVP Esports banner to help...

Interblock promotes Michael Hu to president Asia Pacific

Interblock said it has promoted Michael Hu from Vice President of Asia to President of Asia Pacific, as it continues its global expansion.Michael, who...

China influence to define outlook in SE Asia

Regulatory risk, political uncertainty and exposure to a Chinese economic downturn will factor into the performance of casino sectors in Malaysia, Singapore and the...

Genting Singapore Q4 net gains 12 percent

Genting Singapore posted a 12 percent gain in Q4 net profit, saying that over the year it had seen an encouraging performance in both gaming and non-gaming business, boosted by its marketing efforts on the premium mass segment.

Singapore posts 6.2 percent in visitor arrivals, spending up modestly

Visitor arrivals to Singapore hit a record 18.5 million in 2018, clocking a 6.2 percent increase from the previous year, according to data released...

Singapore regulator renews RWS license for three years

The Casino Regulatory Authority of Singapore on Thursday announced it has renewed the casino license of Resorts World Sentosa for a period of three...

RHB maintains ‘buy’ call on Genting

Malaysian brokerage RHB Research on Wednesday announced it is maintaining its “buy” call on Genting Singapore, due to its potential Japan expansion and its...

Genting Spore facing mass competition from Philippines/Cambodia

Genting Singapore is facing increasing competition in the mass market from the Philippines and Cambodia, though management sees room for growth in VIP, according to Nomura.

Sands China to be key driver for LVS: Bernstein

Sands China is likely to be the key driver for Las Vegas Sands for the next few years as it benefits from the increasing size of the mass market, according to an in depth analysis of the group by Bernstein Research.

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