The casino operator has decided to submit itself to voluntary administration as it looks to stay intact during the coronavirus pandemic.
The two casino operators have qualified for Wakayama’s request-for-proposal initiative.
Some casinos are ready to get back into the game, but others are still apprehensive about a return of COVID-19.
Gambling in the Central American country is going to have to wait until officials are confident the COVID-19 situation is well under control.
Patrons wait their turn to enter casinos operating at reduced capacity as they look to free themselves from the coronavirus lockdown.
Gaming regulators in the state are beginning to work on plans to allow casinos to reopen, but with more emphasis on controlling crime.
The economic damage caused by the coronavirus is going to leave an impact on Macau for a long time.
Mayor Mike Duggan doesn’t want casinos operating until a vaccine or some type of coronavirus cure can be found, adding that this could take as long as a year.
The South Korean casino operator sees a massive year-on-year increase in profit despite the coronavirus drama.
Sports gambling fans can now register to use the casino’s online portal at a drive-thru on the casino property.