Is sports-betting Macau’s next bet?

According to Macau’s official Gazette, Macauslot, a monopoly provider of non-racing sports and betting, has renewed their contract until June 2015. This shows not much interest from the Macau government in liberalising sports or online betting in their country but, in the public and private sector, a strong interest in this matter has arisen.

After the casino liberalisation, ten years ago, new improvements to the system must be done as long as it’s set up with the political rules and that the government has the will to make this happen.

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