Gaming operator Wynn Macau has already filed its application for gaming tables and slot machines for its Wynn Palace project, said DICJ director Paulo Martins Chan.
Speaking to local media on the sidelines of a forum on Sunday, Chan said his bureau was already reviewing the application.
The director did not mention the number of tables or slot machines that the operator had applied for, however according to Chan, Macau is controlling the rate of new gaming tables to be less than a 3 percent year on year increase.
Wynn Palace is scheduled to open on August 22, is said to be set up for 500 gaming tables.
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