Gross gaming revenue in Macau is expected to grow between 20 and 21 per cent in April.
Dubai’s tourism office denied having any plans to authorise gambling despite the recent deals between local hotels and Las Vegas casino operators.
The game technology provider ended a two-year losing streak after recording a massive 236 per cent revenue growth in the first quarter of 2018.
The company is seeking to expand the strong start to 2018 at the upcoming edition of G2E Asia, to be held in Macau.
According to the IMF, Macau’s GDP will grow seven per cent in 2018 and 6.1 per cent in 2019, slightly slower than 2017.
Despite rumours, PAGCOR assured that Galaxy Entertainment hasn’t abandoned its plans to develop an integrated resort in Boracay.