The traffic on the seventh and last day reflected a 3.1% drop compared to the last day of the holiday period in 2018.
The Public Security Police presented rough calculations of the number of people to have entered the city, indicating that over 163,800 showed up.
Analyst have strong indication that the Macau’s upcoming Golden Week won't be nearly as robust as has been in previous years in terms of visitation and GGR.
Visitation to Macau for Golden Week, was lower than expected, however, gross gaming revenue (GGR) didn’t suffer as they had thought.
Macau’s Golden Week, which marks the celebration of the anniversary of the founding of China, got off to a strong start just over a week ago.
Meg-Star Group, a junket investment group out of Macau, has launched its eighth VIP club in Macau coinciding with October Golden Week in Macau.
After Super Golden Week optimism late last month, the mood has soured. Apparently, the record revenues that the casinos were expecting didn’t materialize.
Gambling operators have apparently counted the chickens before they’re hatched.
Casino operators may be in for the most lucrative GW in the past decade – as indicated by the number of occupied rooms in different Macau integrated resorts
Macau reports 1.15m visitors during Golden Week holiday, up 8% year-on-year, but unclear how many visitors actually came to gamble.