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The world's first Sharia-compliant Internet service suite has been launched in Malaysia - along with browser, chat and sadaqah services. Malaysian startup SalamWeb seeks to...
How Vietnamese gambler can play for money in Vietnam The answer is Corona casino, which is part of Corona Resort & Casino on Phu Quoc...
In Las Vegas, gambling may expand beyond casinos to sky travel.
SunCruz and the Palm Beach Princess are two gambling ships that had been running out of Florida for a long time, but both have fallen on hard times in 2009.
HONG KONG - Macau casino revenue climbed 22.3% in the July-to-September period to a record 31.78 billion patacas ($3.81 billion), the city's Inspection and Coordination Bureau said Wednesday.
MILAN - Italy could get an extra 10-15 luxury casinos if Tourism Minister Vittoria Brambilla's plans go ahead, her spokeswoman said on Thursday.
Nevada is mired in the third-worst economic crisis of its history.
MOSCOW – Nearly two decades after the Soviet collapse set Russia's roulette wheels spinning again, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin is calling in the chips on the gambling industry — a symbol of the
If things really collapsed in Macau, the mainland government will ride to the rescue and inject busloads of tourists to fill up the black jack tables, they say.
Philippines Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) has unveiled a US$1.5 multi-billion dollar project by Australian media tycoon James Packer to build its own integrated tourism hotel and casino complexes, in competition with Singapore's soon to open resorts complex.
On the initiative of Bulgaria's State Commission on Gambling (SCG) on January 30 representatives of the gambling branch, academic circles and of the Chief Directorate for Combating Organised Crime (CDCOC) gathered for a conference at the University for National and World Economy (UNWE) in search of “highly efficient decisions” on the gambling business, Dnevnik daily said.
(eTN) - Gambling is illegal in Israel, leaving locals with no choice but to travel abroad, or at least row the gaming boat into international waters to pursue their interest. Over the years it had been largely a hidden vice, but lately the industry's image has undergone a makeover. It isn't only for addicts any more: Travel agencies report booming business as gambling holidays go mainstream.