Dreamworks have announced that they will soon start getting involved with gambling in Asia, with the introduction of some of their characters to a new attraction which will be launching at the start of June in the Sands Cotai Central casino as part of a new agreement there.
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It seems as though we might soon see a new centre for gambling in Asia in the form of Japan, with lawmakers getting ready to push for legislation that would see casinos licensed in the country and a huge source of revenue about to be tapped at last.
Casinos in Singapore seem to have a big problem – and it is not the rivalry of online casino gambling. It is the Chinese high rollers who run up huge debts in the country, and then go home without paying.
Those who have been waiting for the new casino in Manila Bay need wait no more, as this new hub for gambling in Asia will be officially opened on Saturday, with a ceremony which will be attended by the current Filipino President.
Just one day after we announced the arrival of a new source of gambling in Asia, the casino bar in China has been shut down – with some believing that the government have performed a u-turn on their decision to allow the bar.
A huge change could be about to happen for gambling in Asia, as the first casino bar in all of China outside of the special zone of Macau indicates that the government is considering legal gambling throughout the mainland.
A man who put on a disguise in order to pretend that he was a croupier and thus steal money from a casino has been jailed.
James Packer is currently facing a bit of trouble over the Crown Casino allegations made in Taiwan by gaming authorities, where an investigation is underway into whether illicit gambling funds were channelled from Taiwan to the Macau casinos run by Melco Crown Entertainment – to the tune of $180 million. With fund transfers dating back over three years, there are around one hundred Taiwanese gamblers now suspected of breaking the [ Read More ]
A new addition to the possibilities for gambling in Asia has arisen, as MGM China now just need one last set of construction permits in order to be able to build a second Macau casino, this time on the Cotai Strip.