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Genting’s $4.3 billion Resorts World Las Vegas remains on track to open this summer and says it has received strong local support and excitement about the opening from potential patrons.
Las Vegas is said to be attracting significant crowds after its casinos were allowed to reopen at 50 percent capacity - up from 35% - from Monday.
Independent gaming consultant Andrew Klebanow speaks to Asia Gaming Brief Managing Editor Sharon Singleton about impact of Covid-19 on Las Vegas and the prospects for recovery. We discuss how Genting will be opening the doors to its Resorts World Las Vegas this summer into a significantly different operating environment.
Las Vegas Sands has sold its properties in Las Vegas, including The Venetian and the Sands Expo and Convention Centre for US$6.25 billion to the Apollo Global Management and VICI Properties.
Genting Malaysia's Resorts World New York is seen as strategically important to the group's expansion plans in the U.S. and will be a feeder market to Las Vegas, where it is building a $4.3 billion integrated resort, Fitch Ratings said.
Resorts World Las Vegas will begin sending out invitations for interviews for a potential 6000 jobs at the resort this week. The property is scheduled to open in Summer next year.
Macau is likely to recover faster than Las Vegas from the impact of Covid-19, but the trajectory remains opaque, Fitch Ratings said.
In 2018, on Genting Hong Kong’s 25th anniversary, President Colin Au summed up the company by saying, “We come from Malaysia, a small country, but we go out to the world. We open our eyes and learn new things.”
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