Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) has confirmed its gaming venue will continue operating at reduced capacity until August 18 following new countermeasures announced by the government.
Singapore.- In line with new countermeasures announced by the Singaporean government, Resorts World Sentosa has confirmed it will work at a reduced capacity until August 18.
The casino operator said it has a “two players per table” limit at gaming tables. Bets from standing players will not be accepted.
Analysts predict Genting Singapore’s revenue will be SGD1.74bn (US$1.30bn) in 2021 and almost SGD2.11bn in 2022. In 2020, the company reported revenue of SGD69.2m (US$52.1m), down 89.9 per cent year-on-year.
Marina Bay Sands closes until August 5
The other casino venue in Singapore, Marina Bay Sands, has announced it will close until August 5 after detecting a case of the Covid-19 delta strain.
The company said it had taken the decision to protect the safety of customers and employees while a full cleaning is carried out. All staff members will be tested.
The last time Marina Bay Sands was closed was in May, when two casino dealers tested positive for Covid-19. The company reopened its doors 24 hours later after carrying out deep cleaning.