Australian gambling and entertainment giant “The Star Entertainment Group Ltd” has confirmed that it has signed a 20-year arrangement that will enable The Star Sydney Hotel & Casino to pay a fl
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Air New Zealand had earlier announced employee lay-offs and lower pay for those who would stay on job. However, the management has now shocked employees with the news of 2,000 more layoffs.
Stanley Ho, the godfather of Macau gambling who transformed the island from a remote place into the “Las Vegas of Asia,” passed away at age of 98.
Amid soaring tensions between the leaders of the United States and China due to trade war and COVID-19 pandemic, casino industry experts have warned that worsening relations between the two superpo
As casinos and other gaming venues are itching to reopen after the prolonged corona virus-induced shutdown, the Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) is forcing them to submit their reopening plans be
Regardless of corona virus-induced harsh economic downturn, Star Entertainment Group has announced a massive fund to achieve its goal of building Queen’s Wharf casino resort in Brisbane.
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The United States Sports Betting Industry is commemorating the second anniversary of abolition of the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA), which was repealed by the Supreme Court on May 14, 2018.
Florida’s Hard Rock International confirmed on Wednesday that it had acquired all rights to the Hard Rock casinos as well as the brand’s related trademarks in the city of Las Vegas.
Tour operators in New Zealand are ready to welcome tourists as the country has witnessed decline in coronavirus cases and the NZ government could soon announce alert Level 2.
Air New Zealand will start flights to majority of domestic airports when New Zealand announces alert level 2 regarding coronavirus pandemic. During the initial period, Air NZ will operate only 20 percent of its capacity on domestic routes.
SkyCity Entertainment Group has informed that the New Zealand government has declared COVID-19 a force majeure event and there will be changes in the proposed plan for one of the largest development projects in New Zealand.