New Zealand gamblers spent a record $2.1 billion dollars (US$1.8 billion) in the 2012/2013 fiscal year, a 0.3 percent gain from the prior period, according to the country’s Department of Internal Affairs. Lottery spending saw the biggest increase, jumping from $419 million to $432 million, followed by the New Zealand racing board, where spending rose from $283 million to $294 million and casinos where spending was up from $509 million to $520 million. Spending on gaming machines fell from $854 million to $826 million. However, on an inflation adjusted basis total gambling spending has dropped almost 19 percent from a peak in 2004.
MGM China Holdings says it’s raising $1.25 billion through a private placement of senior notes to help repay outstanding funds under its credit facility.
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The Asian gaming industry is set to celebrate another year of stellar growth with the Asia Gaming Tree Reunion Dinner, set for 22nd May 2019 in Macau at Bene - Sheraton Macao Hotel, Sands Cotai Central.
We'll be celebrating the solstice once again at the next Asian Gaming Networking Social, to be held from 6.30 - 9.30 on Friday 21...