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Contents May 2018


SOUTH AMERICA ARGENTINA P8


Eight companies have so far expressed an interest in taking part in the upcoming licensing process for the slots in the capital


Samson House, Manchester Road, Manchester M29 7BR, United Kingdom


PARAGUAY P10


Revenues from gaming continue to show an increase after Te Gaming Commission


transferred five per cent more to the Treasury ARGENTINA P12


Te Provincial Institute of Games and Casinos of Mendoza has reported a significant increase in revenues in March


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NORTH AMERICA NORTH CAROLINA P22 Paysafe has agreed to acquire iPayment


Holdings, a US based provider of payment and processing solutions for SMBs


MASSACHUSETTS P24 Wynn Resorts and Wynn MA LLC have


requested that Steve Wynn no longer be a qualifier for Wynn Boston Harbor


US P26


As the sports-betting community holds its collective breath as the US Supreme Court deliberates, first movers are already in action


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Market Report Japan


Japan: Te last great casino market to fall? Reports P104 Japan has long been considered one of the largest untapped markets for casinos. G3 examines the current gaming market and what lies ahead


EUROMAT to tackle European issues head on Events 34 EUROMAT President, Jason Frost, describes the role of the trade association ahead of its Summit in Monte-Carlo next month


Te IAGA Summit in Macau promises to be spectacular Events P54 Kirsten Clark, Executive Director, International Association of Gaming Advisors, highlights the discussions taking place in Macau this month at the Summit


Interactive Blockchain in Gaming


Blockchain: Te building blocks of gaming’s future? Interactive P138 Paysafe’s Daniel Kornitzer discusses whether blockchain really is as significant as its proponents claim and asks if it really can revolutionise gaming?


ASIA & OCEANIA


CHINA P28 Dr Stanley Ho, the ‘founding father’ of Macau’s


casino industry, will step down from his role as Chairman and Executive Director of SJM


PHILIPPINES P30 Galaxy Entertainment’s plans to build a new


resort in Boracay island has been vetoed by the Philippines’ President, Rodrigo Duterte


PHILIPPINES P31 Solaire resort in Manila Bay’s Entertainment


City has reported all-time highs with the property’s VIP volumes growing 11 per cent


EMEA


SPAIN P14 According to the latest State General Budget in


Spain, online gambling taxes could soon see a major reduction from 25 per cent to 20 per cent


SWEDEN P17 Sweden’s online legislation is taking shape


although the application phase for the new licenses has been delayed a month to August 1.


ITALY P20 Playtech has bought a 70.6 per cent stake in


Italian gaming and betting operator Snaitech for €846m


NEWSWIRE / INTERACTIVE /MARKET DATA P5


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