More trouble for Aussie casino business

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Following on from the problems for Crown Resorts and Star Entertainment, the latter casino operator is now being investigated by another state.

Queensland has launched an inquiry into the activities of Star that may decide whether it can keep its gambling licence in the state after allegations of money-laundering.

New South Wales has already conducted an inquiry into the company’s activities at its Sydney casino. The fresh problems over the border in Queensland may impact the licence that Star holds for its upcoming US$2.5bn casino resort in the centre of Brisbane, planned for next year.

The Sydney report has not yet been delivered, but the investigation led to Star CEO Matt Bekier resigning two months ago. Star already has one Queensland casino operating, that at the Gold Coast (pictured).

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