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Japan To Track Chip Purchases In Casinos

Although casinos in Japan are still not built, the country immediately suggested some options that would control how much its residents are gambling. One of the ways to do that is to track how many chips every Japanese visitor purchases in casinos. Moreover, this would help the government keep track of the number of overall … Read More

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First Licensed Online Casino Launched in Portugal

The very first fully legal and licensed online casino has just been launched in Portugal and seems to already be attracting large crowds of players. The website and enterprise came from a joint venture between GAMING1, a member of the Ardent Group and online casino expert, and the Estoril Sol, part of the group that … Read More

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Casino Operators in South Australia to Get Hit with Online Wagering Tax

The South Australia casinos and betting companies will soon get hit by a new tax, the “Place of Consumption” tax that will be placed on the revenue generated through their online operations. The State Government decided to impose a 15% tax on these services, and will be the first time anyone has targeted where the … Read More

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Macau Casinos Cleared of $100M Money Laundering Accusation

A week ago, an investigation into the accused $100 million money laundering scandal in the Philippines, specifically targeting three casinos in Macau. This would be devastating to the economy as it seems that a large amount of money was funneled through the Rizal Commercial Banking Corp. (RCBC) and was allegedly used to “buy chips” or … Read More

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