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GENTING Bhd chairman Tan Sri Lim Kok Thay has never quite gotten over losing out on a Macau casino licence.
SYDNEY: Genting Bhd chairman Tan Sri Lim Kok Thay has never quite gotten over losing out on a Macau casino licence.
HONG KONG: MGM Resorts International’s debut of its US$3.4bil property is the latest bet on the world’s biggest casino hub, as licensing bids and China’s proposal to allow gambling on a nearby island cast uncertainties over Macau’s future.
IF A billionaire from Malaysia has his way, Asian tourists will soon be flocking to the Borscht Belt region in the Catskills Mountains that was once the summer home for generations of Jewish New Yorkers.
HONG KONG: Macau’s casino revenue growth surged the most in four years as high rollers and leisure gamblers headed to the world’s biggest gambling hub before the Chinese New Year rush.
HONG KONG: Macau, the world’s largest gambling hub, is on its way to seeing casino profits surge toward highs set before a Chinese government corruption crackdown drove wealthy high-rollers away.
HONG KONG: Macau’s casino revenue in November grew at the fastest pace in four months as junket operators attracted high-stakes players to the world’s largest gambling hub.
LONDON: Poker champion Phil Ivey’s luck ran out at the U.K.’s Supreme Court, which ruled that he cheated at a form of baccarat to win 7.7 million pounds (US$10.1mil) at a Genting Bhd casino in London.