According to the research conducted by Inside Asian Gaming, on average, gambling establishments in Macau are visited by fifteen people a day. Representatives of the company 1ante.com have commented on this situation.
The above-mentioned research was carried out last week. Specialists monitored the attendance at integrated Macau resorts and averaged the figures.
Specialists visited eleven gambling establishments to find out how popular they are at the end of quarantine. It is known that the study took into account data from City of Dreams, Grand Lisboa, Venetian Macao, StarWorld, Galaxy Macau, MGM Macau, Wynn Macau, Wynn Palace, Parisian Macao, Sands Cotai Central, and MGM Cotai.
The representatives of 1ante.com have noted that according to the study, the most popular integrated resort was MGM Macau. It is known that there were ten players in the slot machine hall, another twenty-five people played board games.
Grand Lisboa was named another popular venue, with ten slots and fourteen gambling enthusiasts becoming its visitors.
Researchers note that on average, each casino had seven players in slot halls and eight in the main ones.
According to representatives of 1ante.com, the data released above indicate that Macau is gradually restoring work after the introduction of strict quarantine measures. Read our exciting world casino news to get more information about the pandemic’s impact on the industry.
Experts also add that at the moment it is extremely difficult to predict how quickly Macau gambling establishments will be able to recover from the pandemic crisis. An aggravating circumstance is a fact that in most cases, the borders remain closed.
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