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SkyCity benefiting from domestic tourism, reopening

SkyCity expects normalised EBITDA0) of between $135 -140 million and Group normalised NPAT0) of between $3.5 - 7 million, in a submitted Earnings Guidance for FY22 note. 

SkyCity launches a new virtual reality attraction, SkySlide

SkyCity Entertainment has launched a new virtual reality attraction that takes players on a slide tour over Auckland.

SkyCity extends debt covenant relief in case of further disruptions

SkyCity Entertainment on Tuesday advised it has secured a number of debt covenant waivers as a contingency in the event that the pandemic causes further disruptions in the near-term. 

SkyCity able to shed restrictions across its NZ properties

SkyCity Entertainment’s New Zealand properties will be able to shed its restrictions on mass gatherings and physical distancing from today (April 14, 2022), following a further easing of alert level from red to orange.

2019 DIA report finds SkyCity deficient in problem gambling

SkyCity’s Auckland Casino has reportedly been identified as having a number of “failures” in addressing gambling harm, despite earlier warnings to rectify the issues, according to a report from Newshub.

SkyCity plans recruitment drive as NZ borders reopen

SkyCity Entertainment, New Zealand’s only listed casino operator, is planning a major recruitment drive in anticipation of rebound in tourism as the country reopens.

SkyCity records widened loss on lengthy property closures in 2021

SkyCity said its New Zealand properties were significantly impacted by Covid-19 disruptions during 1H22, particularly at its Auckland casino, which saw its revenue falling 48.7 percent year-on-year. 

SkyCity Queenstown casino named a location of interest due to Covid case

SkyCity Entertainment's Queenstown casino has been named a location of interest by New Zealand's health authorities after an infected person visited the premises on New Year's Day.

SkyCity to invest EU25m in Gaming Innovation Group post Sportnco buy

SkyCity Entertainment will invest EU25 million ($23.3 million) in Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) in a directed share issue that will part finance the latter's acquisition of sports betting platform provider, Sportnco.

SkyCity to reopen flagship Auckland casino on Dec. 3 to vaccinated clients

SkyCity Entertainment said it expects to reopen its flagship property in Auckland on Dec. 3 for vaccinated patrons after New Zealand implements its new Covid Protection Framework.