Wynn Macau is considering adding more non-gaming facilities for the second phase of development at its Wynn Palace Cotai resort, Chairman Allan Zeman told reporters at G2E Asia.
“[We are about] to explore different opportunities […] especially technology,” he was cited as saying by Macau business.
“Whether it’s shows or museums there are so many opportunities, especially with the AR (Alternative Reality) and VR (Virtual Reality), all the new AI technology which is a big game-changer for the world in every industry.”
The resort, which opened in August 2016, has two further plots of land available for development. Zeman said there are no current plans as it takes time to come up with the right formula.
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