Macau Continued To Impress In November 2011

MACAU CONTINUED TO IMPRESS IN NOVEMBER 2011

01st December, 2011 at 06:42:36
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

Revenues up 33% y-o-y on Asian gambling island

Gambling revenue in Macau rose 33% in November from a year earlier, government statistics released Thursday showed, as visitors from mainland China continued to drive growth.

Macau's monthly gaming revenue reached 23.05 billion patacas US$ 2.88 billion, officials from the island's Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau revealed

Although revenues were up 33% compared to November 2010, there was a 14% decrease when compared to October 2011, when monthly revenue of Macau's gaming sector reached 26.85 billion patacas (US$ 3.35 billion), officials observed.

For the first eleven months of 2011, the revenues have increased by 44.1% year-on-year to 244.25 billion patacas (US$ 30.53 billion).

The Bureau revealed that there were 34 casinos with 5,379 gaming tables and 15,900 slot machines in Macau by the end of September this year.

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