Tak Chun Group officially launched its Studio City Tak Chun VIP Club on Tuesday, marking the first of two junket operators to open VIP rooms in the casino resort.
Located on the second floor of Star Tower at the Studio City Hotel, the brand new 1000 square meter VIP gaming facility has 4 VIP rooms and 9 gaming tables to offer to its clients.
According to the Group’s CEO, Mr. Levo Chan, “with this new VIP operation, the Group now operates 15 VIP clubs (including 13 in Macau, and 2 overseas) with over 200 gaming tables.”
Chan also said the group would continue to focus on setting up new outlets in five-star hotels and resorts in both Taipa and Cotai.
The opening ceremony of the VIP club was attended by Tak Chun Group’s CEO, Mr. Levo Chan, Melco Crown Entertainment acting head of international marketing – Mr. Joseph Tang, Studio City property president – Mr. David Sisk, City Of Dreams vice president of VIP Services – Ms. Leow Li Hua, City Of Dreams vice president of VIP Services – Mr. Michael Louie, along with Tak Chun Group’s shareholders and management team.
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