The Wynn is the last poker room on the Vegas Strip to open, but will their health protocols keep the players they want to attract away?
After Super Golden Week optimism late last month, the mood has soured. Apparently, the record revenues that the casinos were expecting didn’t materialize.
We’re not there yet, but we’re getting there. A bottom in Macau could come in the next few months.
On June 4, Rumors started spreading about a possible merger between Wynn and MGM. Wynn’s stock jumped from $102 to $109 that day, or 7%.
The decline is relentless. It was in late March that Brean Capital put its reputation on the line and made a bullish call on Macau stocks.
Wynn's 3rd quarter performance saw the Las Vegas-based casino company’s revenue drop 1.4% on the back of a turbulent three months in Macau.
The use of sound and music in casino games is the principle cortisol-driver and the secret to prolonged player engagement.
The next five years are going to be rocky. Bull markets like the one we’ve had since 2009 are not built to last. This one won’t either.
The 7th Annual International Gaming Awards has just finished up, one of the first events kicking off a full week of gambling conferences
Wynn shareholders overwhelmingly voted on booting out Kazuo Okada from the company the latter once was the biggest shareholder of