Suncity Group held the soft opening of a new VIP club at Resorts World Manila on August 15.
The Resorts World Manila Suncity VIP Club is located on the 2nd floor of Grand Wing Building of Resorts World Manila, offering a total of 5 salons and 22 tables.
The Grand Opening ceremony will take place on 3rd September.
Suncity, Macau’s largest junket operator, already has VIP clubs in Melco Resorts & Entertainment’s City of Dreams Manila, Bloomberry’s Solaire Resort & Casino and Universal Entertainment’s Okada Manila.
Resorts World Manila is owned by Travellers International Hotel Group, a joint venture between Genting and Alliance Global.
It was the first large-scale integrated resort to open in the capital and is adjacent to the international airport. Travellers said on Wednesday that it plans to delist from the Philippine Stock Exchange in part to be able to avoid disclosing its business strategy to the competition.
This Dossier results from the “Life After POGOs” editorial project by Asia Gaming Brief which culminated with a pop-up digital forum on 9th December to discuss potentials ramifications in the industry.
PUBG will not be able to return to India until at least March 21 as the company has been unable to secure a meeting with government officials to discuss the situation. The game, which previously was distributed in India by Tencent, was one of more than 100 apps banned on national security grounds due to their links to China.
This is the last Thank Goodness it’s Friday for 2020 and a suitable time for reflection and a look ahead at what we might expect for 2021. While it’s likely a year that most would like to forget, there have been positives. One is the speed and agility with which the industry has moved to adapt to change.
Over the years, many of the answers have been remarkably prescient in their forecasts for the near-term direction of Asia’s gaming industry. However, we can safely say that no one came anywhere close to guessing
what 2020 may have had in store.
While nowhere in the world has escaped the economic fallout from the Covid-19 crisis, Macau has been hit harder than most, with forecasts for gross domestic product to shrink more than 50 percent this year.