According to Macau’s casino regulator, there hasn’t been any request to open a casino in a revamped building downtown yet.
Macau.- Director of Macau’s casino regulator Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau Paulo Martins Chan has commented that there is still no interested parts on opening a casino in a revamped building in downtown Macau. Recently, a sign saying “Royal Dragon Casino” has been set up on the building but there’s still no requests to develop a gaming venue there.
Martins Chan confirmed the regulator hasn’t received any casino application for that venue and said: “Even if such an application is filed, it can only be done via a transfer of gaming tables. There won’t be any new gaming tables granted.”
According to GGRAsia, the Royal Dragon Casino & Hotel Royal Dragon signs appear to be similar to the Golden Dragon’s one, a property run by Golden Dragon Co Ltd, specially the drafon logo. However, chairman Chan Meng Kam refused to comment on whether the company is related to the venue or not. The Golden Dragon casino uses the gaming license of SJM Holdings Ltd, as Casino Tapia Square (another venue run by Golden Dragon Co) operates under a Melco Resorts and Entertainment Ltd license.