SkyCity Entertainment says business at its three New Zealand casinos has been "encouraging" since May 14 post-pandemic reopening.
SkyCity Entertainment Group to reopen its three New Zealand casinos on May 14 after government lowered COVID-19 alert level.
SkyCity Entertainment Group to sack additional 700 staff, mostly from its Auckland casino, as COVID-19 reshapes company's future outlook.
The New Zealand-based casino operator has started to make preparations to open its gaming floors after the country reduced the coronavirus threat level.
The COVID-19 closures of SkyCity's Australian and New Zealand casinos force company to lay off 200 staff, ask others to take 20% pay cut.
Australia's gaming industry reels after gov't orders closure of casinos, pokies venues and betting agencies for six months to prevent coronavirus spread.
Crown Resorts, The Star Entertainment Group and SkyCity Entertainment opt for social distancing and increased cleaning instead of virus-related shutdowns.
Australia/New Zealand casino operator SkyCity Entertainment reports declines in revenue and profit due to weaker VIP gambling activity.
SkyCity Auckland's casino and hotels are back in business despite the fire at its in-development Convention Center still smoldering.
SkyCity Entertainment's in-development convention center in Auckland, New Zealand catches fire, blanketing city with thick black smoke.