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jul
2

Macau Casino Revenue Down 97% in June

Tags: China, coronavirus, Macau
Posted on 02 July 2020 by "T".

This year, revenues from gambling in Macau declined every month, as a bleak result from the devastating effects of the worldwide novel coronavirus pandemic.

The figures showing the monthly gross gaming revenue (GGR) of Macau, according to the DICJ (Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau) are as follows: January revenue was down by 11.3%, February 87.8%, March 79.7%, April 96.8%, May 93.2%, and June 97%.

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feb
18

Macau Casinos to Reopen Thursday after Coronavirus Shutdown

Tags: China, Coronavirus, Covid-19, Macau
Posted on 18 February 2020 by "T".

Macau, the world's biggest gambling hub, shall finally allow casinos to resume operations starting February 20, Thursday, after authorities slapped a two-week suspension due to the coronavirus outbreak. The suspension was to keep the virus in check, according to public broadcaster TDM.

Most of the government services that had been suspended since February started will also resume operations this week, and authorities are cautioning the residents to remain vigilant.

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feb
5

Coronavirus Shuts Down Casinos in Macau, the World's Biggest Gambling Hub

Tags: China, Coronavirus, Macau, Melco Resorts & Entertainment, Wynn Resorts
Posted on 05 February 2020 by "T".

Macau to close casinos for two weeks

The already weakened business of casino operators face the possibility of being forced to close for a longer period of time

The casino industry in the world's biggest gambling hub, Macau, has been asked by the government of Macau to shut down temporarily as Chinese authorities try to control the chaos brought about by the deadly coronavirus. The closure shall begin on February 5 and will last for 15 days.

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jan
22

Macau Lawmaker Wants to Get Proof that ‘Radiation Tables' are Safe for Casino Dealers

Tags: casino dealer, Macau, poker table, Radiation, RFID
Posted on 22 January 2020 by "T".

Some casino dealers in Macau have complained that the new ‘smart' gaming tables in casinos are making them ill. This prompted a lawmaker to demand published data from operators and regulators to prove their claims that the new technology is safe for everyone.

Trade union representative and lawmaker Ella Lei told Macau Times on Monday that if this data existed, she strongly believes it "should be disclosed to ease laborers' worries."

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feb
15

Two arrested over HK$48M Wynn Casino Heist in Macau

Tags: casino robbery, Macau, Wynn Casino
Posted on 15 February 2018 by "T".

Judiciary police in the world's largest gambling hub Macau have arrested two men, a croupier and a security guard, over a colossal casino heist in which gaming chips equivalent to almost HK$48 million have been stolen from a VIP room inside the Wynn Macau.

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feb
13

Chinese Government to Consider Ending Macau Casino Monopoly

Tags: China, Macau
Posted on 13 February 2018 by "T".

China is drafting a proposal that will allow gambling on Hainan Island. If approved, this unprecedented move by the Chinese government will likely reshape the gaming territories in China and strip Macau of its status as the only territory in China where gambling is legal.

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may
2

Macau Betting Scheme using WeChat busted

Tags: baccarat, betting scheme, China, Macau, WeChat
Posted on 02 May 2017 by "T".

Seven Chinese citizens were arrested in Macau, as they were accused of operating a sophisticated but lucrative illegal betting scheme which involved high-stakes baccarat and WeChat, the highly popular Chinese social messaging service.

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sep
23

Tourist Gambler Threatens Casino Winners With “HIV” Syringe

Tags: HIV, Macau, Syringe
Posted on 23 September 2016 by "T".

A tourist from Mainland China used syringes and carried a fake report of being HIV positive to threaten several casino gamblers. According to Public Security Police (PSP), his intention was to compel the gamblers to place bets for him at the casino tables.

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jul
6

Macau Casino Revenue Down 8.5% in June

Tags: Macau
Posted on 06 July 2016 by "T".

The Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau of Macau have released information regarding the city's casinos financial performance in June. According to the reports, the gross gaming revenue has dropped 8.5% in June. The drop in revenue last June is the 25th consecutive month wherein there is a drop in revenue of Macau casinos. It is reported that the proceeds from gambling venues has reached its worst month yet since 2010.

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jul
28

Macau Far Ahead of USA In Terms of Individual Casino Revenues

Tags: gaming revenue, Las Vegas, Macau
Posted on 28 July 2015 by "T".

In Global Betting and Gaming Consultancy's latest edition of its Global Gambling Report, one can read about the world's most successful casinos in 2014. The report showed that the overall global gambling market increased 3.2 percent last year to over $450 billion.

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