Tag Archives: wynn macau
- Macau units lift Wynn Resorts Q2 net revenues
July 26, 2017
US casino operator Wynn Resorts saw its revenue rise 44.5 percent on the back of robust gambling in Macau during the second quarter. In a regulatory filing, Wynn announced that its net revenue jumped to $1.53 billion in the April to June 2017 period – a $470.9 million increase from...
- Ex-PAGCOR exec sues Wynn Macau for damaging his career
May 24, 2017
A former exec at the Philippines gaming regulatory agency has sued the Asian division of casino operator Wynn Resorts for unlawfully disclosing personal data that damaged his career prospects. On Wednesday, the Macau Daily Times published an exclusive interview with Rogelio Yusi Bangsil Jr., a former exec at the Philippine...
- 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 Macau announces special bonus for 9,000-plus staff
January 13, 2017
Winter—pay has come for employees of Wynn Macau. The casino operator told GGRAsia that it is giving its employees, excluding senior management, a “winter bonus” on January 13. The bonus is equivalent to one month’s salary, according to the report. Wynn Macau estimated that it has 9,200 full-time employees or...
- Gold Moon Group closes Wynn Macau VIP room as junket shrinkage continues
May 24, 2016
Macau junket operator Gold Moon Group has closed its remaining VIP gaming operations at Wynn Macau. Earlier this month, Macau casino workers’ union Forefront of Macau Gaming (FMG) used its social media channels to relay an internal communication from the junket operator informing staff that the shutdown would take effect...
- Macau to ban telephone ‘proxy’ betting in casino VIP rooms starting Monday, May 9
May 6, 2016
Macau casinos will formally ban ‘proxy betting’ starting on Monday, a move that could put further downward pressure on the city’s VIP gambling market. Beijing’s corruption crackdown has convinced many wealthy Chinese that it’s unwise to be seen traveling to Macau. Some got around this restriction by enlisting a trusted...
Parisian Macao battling Legionnaires’ Disease outbreak
April 25, 2017
Execs to take on blockchain at iGaming Asia Congress 2017
March 21, 2017