Tuesday, June 28, 2022


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China’s theme park industry will be world’s largest by 2020


China’s theme park industry is set to become the world’s largest by 2020, say analysts quoted in an article run by South China Morning Post. “Th

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Sands China checks out Zhuhai’s Hengqin New Area


A group of Sands China team members visited attractions in Zhuhai’s Hengqin New Area this week, according to a press release from the company on Thu

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Non-gaming offerings up to the operators: Chan


While the government will push for the development of the non-gaming industry, operators are free to decide exactly what to offer, says DICJ director

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Balance between gaming and non-gaming essential


Macau needs to find the right balance between gaming and non-gaming offerings to achieve sustainable long-term growth of the gaming industry, accordin

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Parisian will drive demand: Wong


The opening of the Parisian Macau will not cannibalize the firm’s existing Macau properties, said Wilfred Wong, president and chief operating office

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Sands’ new resort to bring a touch of Paris


Sands China’s Parisian Macau is expected to bring “a touch of Paris” to the region, says Jesko Von Den Steinen, senior advisor for the Parisian

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Non-gaming spending down 4 percent in 16Q2


Visitor spending on non-gaming fell 4.5 percent year-on-year in the second quarter, according to the Statistics and Census Bureau (DSEC). Visitors’

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HK-Zhuhai-Macau bridge will transform gaming industry: Lui


The planned Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge will “transform” the Macau gaming and tourist industry, says Galaxy Entertainment Group chairman Lui Che

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Virtual golf club opens at Tigre de Crystal


G 1 Entertainment, a key investor in the Far East Primorye special gambling zone, has opened a virtual golf club on the premises of Tigre de Crystal c

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Puducherry Chief Minister to explore offshore casinos


Newly appointed Puducherry Chief Minister, V Narayanasamy said there is a possibility that offshore casinos will be allowed in the region, emulating G

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Shanghai Disneyland threatens Macau non-gaming


Non-gaming spending in Macau will continue to be threatened by Shanghai Disneyland, said Morgan Stanley in a note on Monday. “Average spending per c

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Visitors on package tours down 34.2 percent in May


Visitors on package tours totalled 541,000 in May, down 34.2 percent year-on-year, according to the latest statistics from the Macau Statistics and Ce

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Wynn Palace to feature famed Tulips Sculpture


Wynn Resorts (Macau) has entered into a purchase agreement with Wynn Design and Development to purchase the world famous Tulips Sculpture and the Amph

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Genting Singapore to focus on mass-market gamblers


The newly opened restaurant at Genting's Resorts World Singapore is just one example of the casino operator’s efforts to attract the mass market, Fi

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Government should do more to attract tourists


Melco Crown Philippines, operator of the City of Dreams Manila casino in Manila Bay says the government should do more to attract Chinese visitors to

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Shanghai Disneyland not a threat to Macau tourism market


The opening of Shanghai Disneyland will have a minimum impact on Macau’s tourism market, says the president of Macau Travel Industry Council. The in

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City of Dreams opens retail extension


City of Dreams Macau has expanded its retail offerings with new facilities and stores, according to a social media post from the company last Friday.

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Sands China to focus on MICE offerings


Sands China has been focusing on providing offerings for the Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions (MICE) industry, and sees potential for

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RMB depreciation and Shanghai Disney a threat to Macau


A survey of 1,000 Chinese gamblers has revealed that UnionPay and FX risks, as well as Shanghai Disney are near-term threats to Macau. In a note from

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