Tag Archives: gaming table cap
- Macau grants 15 new tables, 91 slot machines to Legend Palace
February 16, 2017
Hotel and casino operator Macau Legend Development has secured 15 extra gaming tables for its property at Macau Fisherman’s Wharf. Secretary for Economy and Finance Lionel Leong Vai Tac confirmed on Wednesday that the government is awarding 15 new-to-market gaming tables as well as 91 slot machines to the Legend...
- Wynn Macau premieres new 25 gaming tables for 2017
January 20, 2017
Casino operator Wynn Macau has finally received the 25 extra gaming tables for its Cotai resort in Macau. In an email to GGRAsia, the gaming operator confirmed that “it has applied for and been granted” the additional “new-to-market live-dealer gaming tables,” which it was entitled to. The company, however, did...
- Wynn Palace has yet to avail itself of 25 extra gambling tables
January 10, 2017
Officials of the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ) are still waiting for Wynn Macau to request the 25 extra gambling tables for its Wynn Palace resort in Cotai. Wynn Palace was awarded 100 mass gaming tables before it opened in August, to be followed by 25 more tables on...
- Parisian Macao poaches 310 gaming tables from other Sands properties
September 9, 2016
Las Vegas Sands’ new Parisian Macao casino will open next week with 410 gaming tables, despite having only received 100 new-to-market tables from Macau regulators. Speaking to reporters on Thursday, Sands China president Wilfred Wong revealed that the company will transfer 310 underutilized tables from Sands’ other Macau properties to...
- Wynn Palace in Macau awarded only 150 gaming tables
August 12, 2016
Casino operator Wynn Resorts is all set to open its new Wynn Palace property in Macau, albeit with fewer gaming tables than expected. The $4 billion integrated resort has reportedly been awarded only 100 mass gaming tables for its opening on August 22. This will be followed by 25 more...
- MGM Cotai to open with no VIP tables
August 10, 2016
Casino operator MGM Resorts says its new Macau property won’t have any VIP gaming tables, at least, not to start. On Tuesday, MGM China CEO Grant Bowie discussed the company’s in-development MGM Cotai property, telling reporters that the company had “already made the decision that we’re envisaging opening only with...
Dragon Corp. wants to bring blockchain to Macau’s casino floors
September 25, 2017
Parisian Macao battling Legionnaires’ Disease outbreak
April 25, 2017
MGM’s Maryland casino National Harbor sets new revenue record
September 7, 2017