The Parisian Macau - which opens its doors next week, will be opening with 410 gaming tables, says Sands China’s president and chief operating officer Wilfred Wong.
Of the gaming tables, there will be a total of 49 for VIP gambling, said Wong, who was quoted in a report from Macau Daily News.
Over the weekend, Macau’s Secretary of Economy and Finance, Lionel Leong announced the new property would be given the same allocation as that of Wynn Palace - 150 total tables.
Similar to that of Wynn Palace, the new development will receive 100 tables upon opening, with another 25 at the beginning of 2017 and a final 25 at the beginning of 2018.
The majority of tables upon opening will come from the operator’s other properties.
The property will also feature 1,600 new slot machines on its casino floor, said Wong.
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