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DFNN H1 revenue gains 11.5 percent

DFNN said its H1 revenue gained 11.5 percent, with gains noted across all of its business sectors, in particular license sales.

Sega Sammy installs Baccarat EGM at MGM Cotai

Sega Sammy Creation said its Baccarat Maximum Fortune standalone gaming machine has been installed at the MGM Cotai as part of a planned rollout in Macau and across Asia.

Are slots finally gaining a foothold in Macau?

Slot machines have long been a secondary attraction to table games in Macau’s casinos, but a combination of product innovation and evolving customer preferences suggest they are a growing influence on operator revenue.

TRENDING ARTICLES

SBC Awards offer great pre-Christmas networking opportunities

Excitement is building for the SBC Awards 2019, which will bring together 700 of the most influential executives in the industry for a celebration...

Bloomberry remains as GGR market leader in 2019

Bloomberry Resorts, the operator of the Solaire Resort & Casino, has been gaining shares in both VIP and mass over the first half of...

Paradise Nov. sales rise 31.6 percent

Paradise Co., which operates foreigner-only casinos in South Korea, reported a 31.6 percent gain in November sales, driven by table games.

Clean energy forum held in Macau

The 8th International Forum on Clean Energy (IFCE) was held in Macau on Wednesday, bringing together over two hundred representatives from government, industry, and academia from around the world to discuss about the green development of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.

MAGAZINE ISSUES

Casino winnings taxation policy delayed until next year

Some lawmakers have grown concerned that the proposed policy on the taxation of casino winnings is too heavy-handed, and a settlement of the issue has been delayed until next year.

AGTech deepens cooperation with Alibaba Group

AGTech Holdings has announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Beijing GOT Technology, has entered into an agreement with Alibaba China to provide equipment and maintenance services including POS terminals and face recognition payment equipment, which may be applied to offline retail sales as well as lottery sales.

Mark Brown resigns as IPI CEO

Commonwealth Casino Commission Executive Director Edward Deleon Guerrero has revealed that Mark Brown has resigned as CEO of Imperial Pacific International (IPI), effective December 8.