The owner of the Wynn Macau casino accused Japanese gambling tycoon Kazuo Okada of paying off Philippine regulators in his bid to build a rival gaming resort in Manila.
Signage of Wynn Resorts Limited stands in Macau in 2011. Japanese gambling tycoon Kazuo Okada has been accused in a US lawsuit of paying off Philippine regulators and cheating his powerful Las Vegas partner.
Las Vegas-based Wynn Resorts said in a lawsuit that Okada, Japan's pachinko king and a director of Wynn, went behind the company's back to build a stake in Asian gaming for his own Universal Entertainment group.
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