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


November 2019


SOUTH AMERICA BRAZIL P08


Te Ministry of Finance will make adjustments to three points of its sports bill, after receiving 2,644 contributions during the consultation


BRAZIL P10 A new bill put forward by Brazil’s Deputy


Eduardo Bismarck would allow for an expanse of gambling nationwide


DOMINICAN REPUBLIC P14 Dominican Republic will finally begin


charging a 1 per cent tax on gross profits on casinos and betting shops


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NORTH AMERICA CALIFORNIA P28


Hard Rock Sacramento at Fire Mountain is aiming to become the premier gaming destination in Northern California


FLORIDA P30 Te $1.5bn Seminole Hard Rock Hotel &


Casino Hollywood is now complete with the world’s first guitar-shaped hotel


ILLINOIS P32 Te Danville City Council has approved a


casino proposal submitted by Haven Gaming to develop a $118m casino in Illinois


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Insight Responsible Gambling


IGRG: Responsible Gambling Week Insight P46 Te gambling industry is coming together as a whole to stage the biggest ever campaign to promote safer gambling in the UK and Ireland


Do you know gaming? ECA promotes awareness Insight P42 Te ECA’s “Did you know” social media campaign has sought to promote the positive impact of the licensed land-based casino industry on societies in Europe


Competitive Gaming: finding new audiences Interactive P112 G3 interviews SIS’ Rohini Sardana about the latest developments shaping esports and the way in which SIS is assisting operators


Market Report: Indian Ocean


Indian Ocean Resorts: Exotic, relaxing and luxurious Report P58 Casinos are a key offer on many of the island resorts. Here, we take a look at Christmas Island, the Seychelles, Sri Lanka and Mauritius.


ASIA & OCEANIA


PHILIPPINES P34 Japan’s Universal Entertainment is at an ‘exciting


inflection point’ with its battle with former Chairman Kazuo Okada now over


VIETNAM P34 Phu Quoc Tourism Investment and


Development, owners of Corona Resort and Casino, has turned a pre-tax profit of US$4.7m


CAMBODIA P35 NagaCorp growth continues as the operator


enjoyed a 28.5 per cent surge in its GGR during the first nine months of the year


EMEA


GREECE P16 Mohegan Gaming and Entertainment, and its


Greek partner GEK TERNA, have lifted the curtain on their plans for Inspire Athens


SPAIN P18 Cejuego has denied that there is a problem


when it comes to underage players being granted access to slot parlours in Spain


FRANCE P28 French authorities have said a new national


gambling authority will replace ARJEL called L’autorité nationale des jeux (ANJ)


NEWSWIRE / INTERACTIVE / MARKET DATA P3


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