Macau casinos just suffered their lowest monthly gross gaming revenue ever, with this year’s July earnings totaling MOP398 million (US$49m).
Casinos in Macau will be opening tentatively after a shutdown of operations due to a fresh wave of the COVID-19 Omicron variant earlier this month.
Macau’s government has extended the ongoing lockdown on gambling houses and other businesses till Friday.
Non-essential businesses including casinos in Macau have been asked to shut down their operations until July 18 following a COVID outbreak.
International travelers are now free to enter the United States of America without presenting a negative COVID-19 test result.
According to the Alliance for Gambling Reform, Australian punters have saved upwards of $1.5 billion due to the closure of pokies venues during the coronavirus lockdown.
MGM Resorts International has confirmed the temporary closure of its Las Vegas casino properties due to the coronavirus outbreak and will not be taking hotel bookings …