The casino’s gross gaming revenue (GGR) for the first six months has seen substantial gains and it continued to impress throughout the period.
Macau’s casino industry has been extremely calm so far this year—much calmer than anyone would have liked to have seen.
GVC Holdings PLC has reported growth of 8% on its net gaming revenue for the quarter, driven by better performance in virtual sports and gambling bets.
After a down month in January, Macau has rebounded to see GGR growth in February off of a fantastic Chinese New Year.
The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) reported net income of $604.41 million for 2018, an increase of over 500% year on year.
State regulator the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) anticipates another year of record highs in gross gaming revenue (GGR).
Gross revenue from mass-market baccarat in Macau totaled MOP102.40 billion ($12.69 billion) for 2018, up 21.5% year on year.
Casinos across the Portuguese landscape enjoyed a slight uptick in performance last year. Compared to figures from 2017.
PAGCOR remitted PHP2.59 billion ($49.36 million) in dividend contributions to the Philippine government during 2018.
Casinos took in a total of $37.57 billion across the 12-month period and operators would certainly love to see a similar increase in 2019.