Macau casinos face mid-single digit revenue declines in 2016, but the numbers are stabilizing thanks to its mass market segment and new casino projects, says Alex Bumazhny, director at Fitch Ratings.
Eric Fisher, reporter for the Sports Business Journal, talks about fantasy sports games operators Draft Kings and Fan Duel which have been suspended from operating in New York.
The theft of millions of dollars from investors in a Macau junket operator has hastened the demise of the gaming hub's main business model.
CNBC's Eric Chemi looks at how the crackdown on daily fantasy sports sites can even affect Yahoo, but it still could be a positive.
Wynn's latest hotel and casino opening in Macau has been delayed, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.
The "Fast Money" traders delivered their final trades of the day.
The decision comes after FanDuel led a protest of New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman after he called daily fantasy sports illegal gambling.
Gambling revenue in the Chinese territory fell 28.4% on-year in October, the 17th consecutive month of decline.
CNBC's Emily Tan reports on the opening of the mega gambling resort in Macau.
Grant Govertson, MD of Union Gaming Group, says the $3.2B Studio City casino resort will have a slow start but will eventually pay off.
Lawrence Ho, CEO of Melco Crown Entertainment, explains why he's opened a third casino resort in Macau, where the gaming market has weakened.
The "Fast Money" traders reveal what's on their watch list ahead of a new batch of tech earnings.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board put the kibosh on daily fantasy sports sites in the state, but that could backfire, reports CNBC's Eric Chemi.
The resort magnate says he likes doing business in China much better than doing business in the U.S.
CNBC's Jane Wells covers Wynn's ongoing, and unexpected, troubles in China as earnings disappoint.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board ruled daily fantasy sports sites are forms of gambling and can no longer operate in the state. Chris Grove, Narus Advisors partner, provides perspective.
Gambling haven Nevada has cracked down on daily fantasy sports, and experts say it could be a tipping point for more legal threats.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board ruled daily fantasy sports sites are forms of gambling and can no longer operate in the state. Drew Rosenhaus, Rosenhaus Sports CEO, says fantasy is here to stay, and it's good for the NFL.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board ruled daily fantasy sports sites are forms of gambling and can no longer operate in the state, reports CNBC's Eric Chemi. Casinos have seen big spenders move from traditional gaming to fantasy games.
CNBC's Josh Lipton details Wynn's latest earnings report, missing revenue estimates.