Keith has been in the International Online Gambling sector for over 15 years. He filled senior roles within the online divisions of William Hill, UK Tote and Bodog Europe and, having spent time running bodog88 in the Philippines, set up kmigaming.com in 2011 to assist Operators, both Asian and European, with areas such as Licensing, Operational set up, Recruitment, Product & Marketing Strategy and Sponsorship. More recently, Keith has taken a number of shareholdings in niche industry businesses and non-gaming ventures and is regular attendee at most key European and Asian Gaming Conferences.
With over 20 years in the Leisure & Gaming industry and 13 of those years in Asia, Michael is one of the most experienced sportsbetting & lottery operators in the region. He is currently responsible for developing GVC Group’s international business in Asia and has held various senior management positions within the Group since initially joining Ladbrokes in 1995.
Organized horse racing was introduced in Malaysia during the British colonial era. There are 3 racing courses in Malaysia and each traces their beginnings to the late 1800's; Penang Turf Club, Perak Turf Club and Selangor Turf Club. Most reports state that it is only legal to bet at the actual turf club, we have however found a listing at Selangor Turf Club for two off-track betting facilities. We were unable to review them due to a lack of internet presence for the facilities. The listings are Kelab Rekreasi Honey Line in Kuala Lumpur and Bingo Sound Sdn Bhd in Puchong. We find the information credible as the da ma cai website shows dozens if not hundreds of outlets.
Macau is a Special Administrative Region with a different government and laws. It is officially part of China, but it has its own capitalist economy and political system. In Macau, land-based casinos, sports betting, and poker are allowed. It doesn’t address, license, or even acknowledge online gambling. For online casino operators, Macau does not license online gaming operations.