This Week in Gambling: Las Vegas losing millions to Macau COVID lockdown

Macau casinos reopened over the weekend after a two-week lockdown due to the latest coronavirus outbreak. Las Vegas casinos and US gambling companies have already lost millions due the lockdown. Macau's casinos are operating with 50% of their usual staff and profits are down nearly that much for the year. The restrictions will probably last for a few more months. It's time to renew gambling licenses and taxes on gaming revenue just went up. The situation is difficult for businesses.

This week Las Vegas lost millions to Macau. This week's special offer is Karamba.

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Bernstein’s report also warned that the same revenue “could be lower if China COVID outbreaks further hurt travel sentiment and visitation into Macau does not pick up.” READ MORE HERE:

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Analyst: China, Macau epitomise the spirit of “One Country, Two Systems” READ MORE HERE:

Analyst: China, Macau epitomise the spirit of “One Country, Two Systems”

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- #Macau GGR could be up 70% in September, analysts say As ever that depends on there being no major Covid-19 outbreaks in China.

 - #Macau GGR could be up 70% in September, analysts say

As ever that depends on there being no major Covid-19 outbreaks in China.