Francis Lui named most influential person in Asia gaming industry

Francis Lui, vice chairman of Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG), was honored as the most influential person in Asia’s gaming industry at the 12th Inside Asian Gaming Power 50 Gala Dinner on Friday. 

Mr. Kevin Kelly, Chief Operating Officer – Macau of GEG also made the Asian Gaming Power 50 list.

Mr. Lui said, “I am delighted to be ranked first in the Asian Gaming Power 50 list. With our business philosophy of innovation, world-class amenities and ‘Asian Heart’ service, GEG has successfully delivered a variety of spectacular products to Macau’s integrated resort market. I would like to take this opportunity to thank our partners, guests and team members for their tremendous support over the years. 

This year’s list also includes Mr. Kevin Kelly, Chief Operating Officer – Macau, which further recognizes our team’s achievements. GEG will continue working to make valuable contributions to the industry and the Macau community.”

Over the years, GEG has operated its three flagship properties – Galaxy Macau, Broadway Macau and StarWorld Hotel. The three properties have been well received by the market and honored with various professional awards and accolades for their amenities and customer service. 

Going forward, GEG said it will continue to support Macau’s diversification into a World Centre of Tourism and Leisure while caring for the community and exploring new opportunities in overseas markets.

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