Members of the Gaming Employees Advancement Association have petitioned the government on Sunday Dec. 6 not to authorize any more gaming tables for Ma
Macau Secretary of Economy and Finance, Lionel Leong addressed the Legislative Assembly on Thursday, Nov. 26th as part of a five-hour Q&A session, dur
The Macau government says it will not soften its policies on the gaming industry following comments from tycoon Steve Wynn criticizing delays in being
The Macau government’s table cap is a measure that is outdated with the industry’s current growth and evolution, a Macau economist told local news
Electronic table games have gained a strong and growing foothold in Macau’s traditionally baccarat-dominated casinos and may prove key in populating the floors of new multi-billion dollar resorts amid a tight cap on tables and ongoing labour shortages.
Will the new supply coming to the Cotai resort district set Macau back on the road to growth and if it does will operators be allocated enough tables to make the new multi-billion dollar resorts profitable? They are billion-dollar questions with no ready...
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