Saturday, September 25, 2021

Melco Resorts combines advanced technology with behavioral science to cut plate waste by 35%

Melco Resorts & Entertainment has successfully cut plate waste in employee dining areas by up to 35 percent, following a study conducted in partnership with Winnow and the London School of Economics.
MGM Macau

MGM Macau Hotels fully adopted natural gas

MGM Macau Hotels fully adopted natural gas in line with Macau’s green policies following an an agreement with Nam Kwong Natural Gas Company Ltd.

Direct supervision of Macau operators could jeopardize 80% of premium mass

The proposed “direct supervision” of Macau casinos from Beijing could see as much as 80 percent of premium mass business vaporised, says Ben Lee, managing partner of iGamiX Management & Consulting. 

SJM believes new gaming concessions to have 10-year term

Management at SJM Holdings told Goldman Sachs that they expect the duration of concessions terms to be around ten years.  SJM management made the comments...
Macau mass testing

Macau visitors fell 48.2% sequentially in August

The number of visitors entering Macau fell by almost half in August compared to the previous month, according to the government statistics bureau.  The total...
Parisian celebration

The Parisian and Venetian celebrate anniversaries with team members

Sands China marked the anniversaries of The Parisian and The Venetian with team members honouring their contributions to the properties’ successes.
MELCO-Case study competition

Melco Resorts and UM co-organize “Start Young” business case study competition

The University of Macau and Melco Resorts are jointly organizing the first ever 2021 Greater Bay Area Integrated Resort Sustainable Business Case Study Competition.

AGB welcomes Andy Jones as new board member

Asia Gaming Brief is pleased to announce the appointment of Andy Jones, CEO of AliQuantum Gaming, as a new board member and shareholder.

Macau weekly GGR falls 8%, Fujian concern abates: Bernstein

Macau’s weekly gross gambling revenue fell 8 percent from the prior week, mostly due to the volatile VIP sector, Bernstein Research said.

Macau gambling operators give little away in public consultation

Macau gambling operators attended a public consultation session on the proposed draft gambling law, although if they have any concerns they didn’t express them.