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Macau’s April GGR reaches $2.29B, down 4.9% m-o-m

Macau’s gross gaming revenue (GGR) amounted to MOP18.5 billion ($2.29 billion) in April, reflecting a 4.9 percent decrease from March’s MOP19.5 billion ($2.42 billion).

According to data released by the local regulator, the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ), the April tally marked a 26 percent increase from the previous year.

Macau's April GGR reaches $2.29B, down 4.9% m-o-m

The result also represents a 21.4 percent decrease from the MOP23.6 billion ($2.91 billion) reported in April 2019, before the pandemic.

Macau, April GGR reaches $2.29B, down 4.9% m-to-m

For the first four months of 2024, Macau’s casino GGR reached MOP75.87 billion ($9.36 billion), up 53.7 percent from last year, but still 23.9 percent lower than the same period in 2019, which was MOP99.74 billion ($12.30 billion).

The Easter holidays (March 29th – April 1st) only had one day that fell in April. Besides that, the Ching Ming holiday in mainland China is a public holiday, which falls on April 4th-6th.

Macau welcomed a total of 425,428 visitor arrivals during the four-day Ching Ming Festival holiday period (including April 7th, Sunday). Visitor arrivals reached 136,363 on the actual day of the festival on April 4th.”

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