Imperial Pacific posts US$1.7 billion VIP revenue in November

Imperial Pacific’s temporary casino in Saipan raked in US$1.7 billion in VIP rolling chip for the month of November, according to its filing to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

The casino operator is currently building the Imperial Pacific Resort & Hotel on Saipan, with phase 1 of the development project expected to be completed in early 2017.

The development encompasses a total surface area of 140,000 square meters, and is located in Garapan at the heart of Saipan. The casino resort will include more than 200 gaming tables and over 350 slot machines. The 14-storey hotel building will offer more than 340 opulent hotel suites including 15 deluxe villas.

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