In this special report titled "Global Opportunities Philippines", CNBC's Pauline Chiou looks at whether the Philippines has what it takes to become Asia's next gaming hub.
Hard Rock and the Meadowlands racetrack are unveiling plans to develop a casino in northern New Jersey. Jim Allen, Hard Rock chairman, explains how the tax revenues from the new casino can help Atlantic City.
The IRS has its eye on casino and bingo winnings.
Somesh Agarwal, senior analyst at Macquarie Securities Group, attributes his poor outlook for Genting Singapore in the medium term to factors such as bad VIP gambling debts.
The charts suggest much more downside for the worst performing stock in the Nasdaq 100, says technician Richard Ross.
The play on Wynn Resorts, with Harry Curtis, Nomura; and Richard Ross, Evercore ISI; and Brian Sullivan.
John Bruce, director of Operation, Macau at Hill & Associates, discusses his experience at the opening of Galaxy Entertainment Group's two new casino resorts in Macau.
Casinos in Macau have "no choice but to diversify their offerings" so as to attract tourists from Greater Asia, says Jonathan Galaviz, partner at Global Market Advisors.
Angela Han Lee, analyst at China Merchants Securities, says new resort projects will help Galaxy Entertainment to outperform its competitors in Macau's gaming sector.
As revenue plummets in China's only legal gambling hub, global casino operators have a new mantra: what happens in Vegas, must also happen in Macau.
Simon Cooper, managing director for Asia Pacific at Marriott International, says occupancy rates in Macau are unaffected by the fall in gaming revenues hence the decision to open the 1,000-room JW Marriott.
The downturn in Macau has been far sharper than anticipated, says billionaire gaming mogul James Packer, but he insists the party is not over yet.
Jonathan Galaviz, partner at Global Market Advisors, says the opening of a Nobu Hotel in the City of Dreams Manila is a great idea, but in the long run, the brand management of Nobu will be key.
Lawrence Ho, CEO and chairman of Melco International and James Packer, chairman of Crown Resorts, outline their expectations for when the City of Dreams Manila could become profitable.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports on how casinos replace carpets.
Why is casino carpet so busy, and what happens to the old carpet when it's replaced? The Pechanga Resort & Casino in California explains that it turns old carpet into new carpet padding.
CNBC looks at those busy casino carpets and the surprising thing that is under them.
No taxpayer dollars were spent on the transactions, and some employees have already been disciplined, officials told NBC News.
Another Las Vegas icon is gone, as the Riviera Casino closes its doors after 60 years on the strip.
Grant Govertsen, managing director of Union Gaming Securities Asia, outlines the factors that could reinvigorate Macau's gaming sector.