In Macau, the Court of Second Instance has reportedly ruled that the local subsidiary of Wynn Resorts Limited should be jointly liable for a chip deposit worth approximately $765,970 that was stolen from a junket firm operating inside its Wynn Macau integrated casino resort.
Asia’s only legal dog-racing track ran its last race on Saturday, June 30, 2018, in what was reportedly a low-key finale that saw around 300 people at the Macau Canidrome Club, which has been operated by the Macau (Yat Yuen) Canidrome Company since 1963, as reported by Inside Asian Gaming.
The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) has issued a £100,000 fine following what it deemed to be a “misleading bonus offer”. The company is accused of failing to disclose restrictions on a £100k bonus offer. More specifically, the company failed to provide the significant terms related to wagering requirements.