Huge changes are on the table. In reflection of the continuous revenue drop, the city-lead came up with a fascinating but controversial idea. They plan to reform tourism in the region. If the changes will be real, we can expect family programs in Macau instead of the most luxurious wagering options. Still, before they make the decision they will open a Public Debate on the 2nd of November. Can't wait to see how this will shake out!
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Japan, Vietnam and the Philippines could all challenge for the casino throne in Asia, with the aim of rendering gambling in Macau a second choice for high-rollers. (Image credit: Matador Network) Despite experiencing a tumultuous economic period that lasted 26 months and only abated during the second half of 2016, Asia’s gambling hub has managed […]
The ban on gambling sponsorship is closer and closer day by day. Thus, all the related clubs and other sports teams and organizers must make the first steps to adapt to the new rules.