Suncity to reopen Galaxy VIP club this month

    Junket operator Suncity Group has announced it will be hosting a reopening ceremony for its refurbished Suncity VIP Club at Galaxy Macau on September 24.

    According to a report from GGRAsia, the number of VIP tables will remain unchanged at 20 tables in the VIP club. 

    In June, the junket operator said it had upgraded facilities on the mass and VIP gaming floors in the phase 1 portion of Galaxy Macau. 

    The work is part of Galaxy Entertainment Group’s HK$1.5 billion revamp of Galaxy Macau, Broadway Macau, and StarWorld Hotel. 

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