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QZ.com Explores Poker in Emerging India Market

Poker is booming in India, with private games all the rage in the world's second-most populous country.

Inside Gaming: Wynn Palace Cotai to Open, Court Rules Against NJ Sports Betting

After many years and delays, the Wynn Palace Cotai opens in less than two weeks. Meanwhile NJ loses out on sports betting, and Nebraska on casino games.

Inside Gaming: MGM Resorts Up, New Pacts for Calif. Tribes, Wynn Boston Harbor Building Begins

MGM Resorts International reports a strong 2Q, California agrees to new casino pacts with tribes, and construction begins (at last) on Wynn Boston Harbor.

Inside Gaming: Winning Quarter for Wynn, the Sands Slide; British Bookies’ Merger Goes Forward

Wynn Resorts exceeds revenue expectations for 2Q while Las Vegas Sands suffers a decline, while a merger between U.K. bookmakers is approved.

Philippines Casinos Currently on the Rise With More Expansion Ahead

Gaming on the rise in the Philippines in 2016 with planned expansion ahead.

Inside Gaming: MGM Introduces Mobile Platform, Macau Encouraged to Focus on Slots

MGM Resorts rolls out mobile gaming platform, the UKGC issues report, Macau encouraged to focus more on slots than VIPs & Trump Taj Mahal strike continues.

Melco Crown to Diversify After Macau Casinos Decline for 25th Straight Month

Revenues decline for Macau casinos for a 25th straight month.

Macau Casinos Historic Slide Continues for a 24th Straight Month

Revenues decline for Macau casinos for a 24th straight month.

Inside Gaming: MGM Resorts Acquires Borgata; Sands Settles With Fired CEO

This week's installment of Inside Gaming reports on MGM Resorts' acquisition of the Borgata and another legal settlement made by the Las Vegas Sands.

Inside Gaming: Big Month for Maryland; Resorts World Construction to Begin; Macau Slide Continues

Maryland enjoys its biggest month ever in terms of gaming revenue, construction on Resorts World Las Vegas finally to start, and Macau gaming down again.

Inside Gaming: Brockton Casino Plan Rejected, Nevada Down in March & NFL Franchise Eyes Vegas

The week's industry news includes a proposal for a Brockton, Mass. casino getting rejected and an NFL franchise expresses interest in moving to Las Vegas.

Inside Gaming: Boyd Gaming to Acquire Aliante, Eyes More Growth in North Las Vegas

Boyd Gaming agrees to purchase the Aliante while seeking to expand further in North Las Vegas, while Solaire parent CEO unsure about Manila's rapid growth.

Las Vegas Sands Reports First Quarter Declines Despite Growth in the U.S.

The Las Vegas Sands released its first quarter of 2016 earnings to its investors and to little surprise revenue, operating income, and net income are all down when compared to the same period a year ago.

Inside Gaming: SkyCity Open to Possible Star Takeover, Tropicana Managing the Taj, and More

In Australia, SkyCity says its open to Star Entertainment takeover, Tropicana is now in charge of the Trump Taj Mahal, and Macau may facing more challenges.

Inside Gaming: Sands Pays $9M to End SEC Probe; Atlantic City Casinos Increase Profit in 2015

Las Vegas Sands pays $9 million to end SEC probe into its dealings in China & Macau, no new casinos for Maine soon, and Atlantic City rebounds in 2015.

Inside Gaming: Fabulous February for Nevada; Macau Slide Continues in March

Nevada enjoys a big boost in gaming revenue in February thanks in part to Super Bowl betting while Macau's casinos suffer yet another down month in March.

Paul Phua Tells All: "I Am Not What the Media Alleges Me To Be"

In his first-ever public interview, Paul Phua opens up about allegations he is the world's biggest bookie, a high-ranking member of the 14k Triads, and poker's largest whale.

Report Links Chinese Criminal Underworld and Macau Casinos

A report from the British Journal of Criminology links Chinese triads to gaming junkets in Macau.

Ying Lin Chua Wins MPC24 Red Dragon, Largest Freezeout in Asia-Pacific History

Ying Lin Chua won the largest freezeout ever held in the Asia-Pacific region, topping 1,075 players at Macau Poker Cup 24.

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