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Melco’s Studio City to stop VIP gaming from 2020

2019-01-15

Melco Resorts & Entertainment’s Studio City IR in Macau plans to stop VIP rolling chip operations from January 15, 2020, reflecting its second switch on high rollers since opening in 2015.

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MGM stock drops on Cotai delay

2018-01-24

MGM China stock dropped more than 7 percent in Hong Kong trading on Thursday after the company announced a further delay to the opening of its new IR

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MGM China gets 125 tables for MGM Cotai

2018-01-23

MGM China Holding’s new Cotai resort, which opens on Jan. 29, has been allocated a total of 125 new tables by the Macau government. The property wil

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Non-gaming offerings up to the operators: Chan

2016-09-18

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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Macau gaming table cap already surpassed: Daiwa

2016-08-30

The Macau government may have already surpassed the number of gaming tables it had planned to allocate by the end of 2017, according to analysts at Da

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Melco Crown gets 250 tables for Studio City

2015-10-19

Melco Crown Entertainment has announced that the Macau government has allocated 250 gaming tables to its new Studio City resort, which is scheduled to

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Macau table-only GGR MOP15.6 billion from May 1 to 25: Sterne Agee

2015-05-26

Macau table-only gross gaming revenue, including slot assumptions, was MOP15.6 billion ($2bn) from May 1 to May 25, indicating a drop of 38 percent y

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Galaxy allocation in line with expectations: UBS

2015-05-24

The Macau government has granted 150 new tables to Galaxy Macau phase 2, a number in line with what the industry expected after 200 plus tables seemed

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Studio City different from Galaxy in table allocation: Lawrence Ho

2015-05-12

Melco Crown CEO Lawrence Ho said he expects Galaxy Phase II’s table allocation to reflect future allocations but stressed his Studio City project an

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