MGM China, one of Macau’s six gaming concessionaires, reported a 26.4 percent year-on-year increase in revenue in the first quarter of 2018.
Such revenue reached HK$4.7 billion (US$598.7 million), up from HK$3.7 billion in 17Q1. Total adjusted EBITDA stayed relatively flat in the quarter, at HK$1.3 billion, compared to HK$1.2 billion in the prior year period.
Looking at the Monday results filing, the year-on-year increase in revenue appeared to be due mainly to additional revenue coming from MGM Cotai, which opened in February 2018. Revenue from the new development reached $665 million in the quarter.
Its older development, MGM Macau, also helped increase revenues, reaching HK$4 billion, up from HK$3.7 billion a year before.
Growth was observed in both VIP and mass floor business.
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