Asian Casino News

While Macau has been the world's biggest gambling revenue generator for a decade, there is no such thing as status quo or a new normal there. Multi-billion dollar resorts are opening with as few as 100 gaming tables and the licenses of all six concessionaires are set to expire between 2020 and 2022 with no clear guidance from the government as to what will happen next. World Casino News covers Macau with nearly 700 articles on the mecca to date.

Follow this section to learn of breaking developments in Japan, as the final regulations will determine whether the island country will become the next Macau or simply another nation with gambling. Follow along as the titans battle it out for a position in the Land of the Rising Sun.

Vietnam has finally decided to let their citizens play at home and huge integrated resorts are being built there. Singapore and Malaysia are home to massive casino complexes and countries such as Thailand, Cambodia, and the Asian areas of Russia generate casino news on a regular basis. Follow it all on World Casino News.

China to intensify crackdown on illegal online gambling activities

Chinese law enforcement authorities are reportedly set to step up efforts at combating illegal cross-border online gambling as well as the underground banks and payment platforms that allow aficionados in the g...