Gaming

Weather related delays

Damage caused by Typhoon Hato is one of the reasons for the opening of MGM Cotai being delayed to January 29 of 2018

The opening of MGM Cotai has been delayed to January 29 of next year, according to a filing last Friday by MGM China Holdings Limited with the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

Don’t blame the builder

Norwegian company Brova Idea AS has confirmed it has been contracted to develop a floating structure with a hotel and casino to be installed in the MSAR by April 2020, while distancing itself from the

Norwegian company Brova Idea AS has told Business Daily that they have been contracted to develop a floating structure with a hotel and casino to be docked in the MSAR but that they have no relationsh

Neptune still recovering from Venetian termination

Local junket Neptune Group Limited has issued a profit warning noting the group would continue to record a net loss attributable for the fiscal year ended 30 June, 2017 following the termination of tw

New green screens for Studio City

Studio City has signed a five-year contract with image capture provider Picsolve to power ‘creative experiences for visitors’ which will include its Batman Dark Flight 4D flight simulation ride to Got

Royal Dragon is in town

The hotel sector of Chan Meng Kam’s new property will hopefully be fully operational by mid-October

Hotel Royal Dragon will only provide a small number of hotel rooms for the casino clients of the property, having opened doors officially to the public yesterday, according to information provided by

Still number one

Bernstein analysts believe that improved transport and access, increased room capacity, and the usual gaming offerings will ensure the MSAR remains a ‘key destination’ for Chinese tourists over the ne

As the number of international outbound Chinese travellers is expected to double to 260 million by 2025, Macau will remain a ‘key destination’ for Chinese tourists due to its gaming offers and proximi

Gov’t targets addicted dealers

Reducing the number of gaming addicts through policy. Banning croupiers from entering gaming areas outside of working hours. Public consultation starts today.

The public consultation process for a proposed law change that recommends dealers be banned from entering gaming areas outside of working hours starts today.

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