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INDUSTRY PROFILE: Joji Kokuryo Joji Kokuryo is a prime example of the gaming industry’s global reach. Having grown up in the United States before moving to Tokyo, his refined bi-lingual skills have led to a career translating and interpreting for others – taking him around the world and providing some intriguing roles along t...
Tuesday, 23 August 2016 09:28

INDUSTRY PROFILE: Mick Caban Boasting an impressive 42 years’ experience in the industry, Mick Caban started as a dealer at Australia’s first casino, Wrest Point in Tasmania, in 1974. Since then he has worked everywhere from Perth and Melbourne in Australia to international destinations such as Auckland, London and even Swa...
Tuesday, 19 July 2016 07:02
G2E Asia puts the “i” in gaming iGaming made its presence felt at this year’s G2E Asia exhibition with organizers creating a dedicated iGaming Zone for the very first time.
Thursday, 23 June 2016 04:54

Red is the new black The Macau Gaming Information Association is invigorating junket efforts for a deadbeat borrower blacklist.
Monday, 20 June 2016 07:05

INDUSTRY PROFILE: Christopher Rowe Riding the wave - Given his father Bruce is considered a legend of the gaming industry following a career spanning more than three decades with Harrah’s, GTECH and Bally, it comes as no surprise to find Christopher Rowe making similar strides with leading slot machine manufacturer Aristocrat. Havi...
Monday, 13 June 2016 07:35
IAG launches Strategic Leadership Series Inside Asian Gaming is now officially in the managerial training business – something Macau desperately needs.
Monday, 06 June 2016 08:24

INDUSTRY PROFILE: Niall Murray Dublin-born Niall Murray came to Macau from Las Vegas 12 years ago to open the city’s first westernstyle casino. In addition to running his own hospitality management consultancy and beverage distribution business, last year he opened Taipa’s PREM1ER bar. He also heads the local Irish Chamber of...
Monday, 06 June 2016 06:02

INDUSTRY PROFILE: Glenn McCartney Glenn McCartney is Assistant Professor in Hospitality and Gaming Managment at the University of Macau. But to expats in the city he is better known as the UK’s Honorary Consul and owner of Taipa’s Irish Bar and Irish Coffee House. For last month’s St Patrick’s Day he organized a ball at the ...
Monday, 25 April 2016 05:10
INDUSTRY PROFILE: Kylie Rogers IAG: Let’s start at the beginning. Tell us a little about your career before you entered gaming. KR: I grew up in the suburb of Liverpool and Chester Hill, in Sydney, Australia. My mother was a single Mum who put herself through nursing school. To be honest I hated school and left in year 10. M...
Tuesday, 15 March 2016 05:01

Saipan: Trouble in paradise

Saipan: Trouble in paradise By Muhammad Cohen | Editor at large Muhammad Cohen also blogs for Forbes on gaming throughout Asia and wrote Hong Kong On Air, a novel set during the 1997 handover about TV news, love, betrayal, high finance and cheap lingerie.   After grabbing headlines with more VIP action than Venetian Macao,... Tuesday, 31 January 2017 07:29

Wayne Lio: Forward thinker

Wayne Lio: Forward thinker A Macau local, Wayne Lio has not only witnessed the city’s incredible transformation over the years but is playing is own role in its future as Senior Vice President of Business Development with leading Macau junket Tak Chun Group.   Inside Asian Gaming: Thanks for taking some time out to cha... Tuesday, 31 January 2017 07:27

Welcome to the new Macau

Welcome to the new Macau From its incredible rise to the top of world gaming to the sudden crash that few saw coming, Macau is rising once more from the ashes – and the long-term outlook is a bright one. By Ben Blaschke    “Things are never as good as they feel and never as bad as they seem.”   It’s a quote t... Tuesday, 31 January 2017 07:23

Star wars

Star wars For more than a decade the dominant player in the online poker scene, PokerStars has embarked on a rocky road since being bought out by Amaya Gaming in 2014. So what’s going on at this online gaming giant? By Ben Blaschke   To say it’s been an eventful 12 months for PokerStars – by far the ... Tuesday, 31 January 2017 07:01