Thriller in Manila
In 2022, IAG’s annual Asian Gaming Power 50 Black Tie Gala Dinner moved out of Macau and into the Philippines for the first time in its 15-year history.Read more
The 2022 Asian Gaming Power 50
Long established as the definitive list of the most influential figures and personalities in the regional industry, IAG’s Asian Gaming Power 50 celebrates its 15th anniversary in 2022.
2022 Asian Gaming Power 50: Meet the panel
IAG introduces the eight members of the judging panel who have determined this year’s Asian Gaming Power 50 list.
The 2022 Asian Gaming Power 50 list
The countdown begins! IAG’s full list of the men and women who made our industry tick in 2022.
2022 Asian Gaming Power 50: Number 1 – Francis Lui
LIKE EVERY OPERATOR in Macau, Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) has felt the full force of the COVID-19 pandemic. From printing revenues of HK$51.9 billion (US$6.6 billion) and EBITDA of HK$16.5 billion (US$2.1 billion) in 2019, the group
2022 Asian Gaming Power 50: Number 2 – Lim Kok Thay
THE EVER-CHANGING FACE OF Lim Kok Thay’s famous Genting brand has once again been front and center of the global gaming industry in 2022, at first suffering a devastating blow to its cruise ship ambitions due to COVID-19 before
2022 Asian Gaming Power 50: Number 3 – Lawrence Ho
MUCH LIKE Macau’s trio of US-based operators, Lawrence Ho’s Melco Resorts & Entertainment can take solace in the fact that it boasts casino operations outside of the Chinese gaming enclave.
2022 Asian Gaming Power 50: Number 4 – Pansy Ho
GIVEN the crushing impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on just about every company she is involved with – and there are quite a few – it’s been a remarkably busy year for Pansy Ho. MGM China’s Co-Chairperson and Managing...