U.S. union calls for probe of Macau junket

A U.S. trade union is calling on Macau’s gaming regulator to probe a license granted to a junket room operator, alleging the company has ties to the 14K triad gang. The International Union of Operating Engineers sent a letter to the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau together with 100 pages of supporting documents. The letter questions how regulators had deemed a junket to be “suitable” when it has ties to convicted triads. The union points to Pun Chi Man, the owner of three DICJ-licensed VIP gaming promoters.