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Average wager per player at Macau premium mass rooms almost doubled during Golden Week

The average wager per player at Macau premium mass rooms during the National Day Golden Week increased by 94 percent compared to the same period in 2019, according to the latest Table Survey conducted by Citigroup.

Premium mass room at Raffles records much higher average wager per player: Citigroup

Investment bank Citigroup notes Galaxy Macau Phase 3 has a "solid debut" of its premium mass room, recording a 52 percent higher average wager per player compared to pre-COVID levels.

Macau premium mass resilient, Sands regains pole position: Citigroup

According to a recent memo from Citigroup, business trends in the Macau gaming sector appear to be resilient in April, especially leading up to the Labor Day break.

Macau achieves best-ever performance in premium mass during CNY: Citigroup

Macau witnessed its best-ever performance in the premium mass segment during the Chinese New Year (CNY), with Galaxy Entertainment emerging as the market share winner, according to the Citigroup.

Concerts further boost casino revenue: Citigroup

Popular concerts held in Macau continue to boost the city's gaming revenue, as Citigroup's Table Survey indicates. The survey shows that the average wager per player in the premium mass segment increased by 37 percent compared to November 2019, reaching HK$22,251 ($2,856).

Macau premium mass average wagers not affected by seasonality: Citigroup

Citigroup reaffirms that Macau's gaming industry shows no signs of slowing down. Despite the decline in total wagers in the premium mass market, average wagers remain strong and unaffected by seasonality.

Galaxy and Sands China likely most benefited from holiday: Citigroup 

According to a recent Labor Day edition of the Premium Mass table survey from Citigroup, Macau gaming operators Galaxy Entertainment and Sands China, with the largest hotel room inventory, 'seem to benefit the most from the holiday crowd.’

Daily Asia Gaming eBrief: Dividends not on the radar for Macau operators: brokerage

The rising tide may not lift as many ships as gaming operators may have wanted, with Macau concessionaires loath to give out dividends as they seek to recoup the losses from COVID.
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NagaCorp in gradual recovery phase: Timothy McNally

Despite 2023 falling slightly short of expectations, the Chairman of NagaCorp says that the company is in a gradual recovery after COVID. Both VIP and mass have returned and as the number of flights increases, so should foot fall.

SkyCity sees drops in profit and revenue in 1H24, despite uptick in Auckland property

New Zealand and Australian gaming operator SkyCity Entertainment Group has reported a yearly drop in both revenue and net profit for the six-month period ended December 31st, 2023.