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Legalising online gaming and liberalising sports betting using the Philippines or British legal frameworks would help the Macau gaming market retain more gamblers and increase revenues for the city’s coffers. So says Kevin Li, CEO of Inteplay in an exclusive interview with Business Daily. Hong Kong-based Inteplay, with representation in Macau, Las Vegas, London and […]

Legalising online gaming and liberalising sports betting using the Philippines or British legal frameworks would help the Macau gaming market retain more gamblers and increase revenues for the city’s coffers. So says Kevin Li, CEO of Inteplay in an exclusive interview with Business Daily. Hong Kong-based Inteplay, with representation in Macau, Las Vegas, London and the Philippines, provides platform and contents for online gaming operators.

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