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MGM donates 500,000 surgical masks to Macau government


MGM says it is closely monitoring the coronavirus epidemic situation and has rolled out a series of epidemic relief and preventive measures over the p

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Grand Lisboa opening likely Jan 2021: MS


Morgan Stanley analysts expect a further delay in the opening of the Grand Lisboa Palace, which was previously expected to open in the second half of

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Hotel shortage holds back mass growth


Las Vegas Sands President and Chief Operating Officer Rob Goldstein says Macau needs more hotel rooms to fully benefit from the potential of the mass

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Play’N Go signs deal with Betclic Everest Group


Swedish supplier Play’n GO has signed an agreement with the Betclic Everest Group that will see their full suite of games rolled out across the grou

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Occupancy rate up in September, rates continue fall


Average occupancy rate in Macau in September increased 5.6 percent year-on-year, according to the latest data from the Macau Government Tourism Office

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Scientific Games secures agreement with Hard Rock Hotels & Casinos


Scientific Games Corporation has secured its third casino-management systems solutions contract with a Hard Rock International-managed casino resort,

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Too early to judge impact of new openings


While a number of analysts have made observations on the impact of new properties, Wells Fargo says it’s too early to make any definitive calls. “

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New supply pressuring room rates: Wells Fargo


New supply is pressuring down Macau hotel rates, with ‘same-store’ rates down 13 percent year-on-year in September, according to Wells Fargo analy

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Habanero signs 1X2gaming distribution deal


Slots and table games provider Habanero has signed an agreement to supply its popular gaming content to fellow supplier 1X2gaming. The UK-based provid

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“Supply will create the demand” says Adelson on Macau


Las Vegas Sands CEO said at a conference in New York that the key to lifting Macau out of a slump is to build more resorts which will in turn stoke de

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Casinos will need to up their game in supply boom


As Macau’s gaming sector gets ready to enter a supply boom in mid-2015, UBS says the sector needs 8 percent growth in gross gaming revenue per year

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