Gaming revenue in Macau falls 70,5% in November

In November, operators operating the game in the territory collected 6,7 billion patacas (706 million euros), while in the same period last year they had recorded revenues of 22,877 billion patacas (2,3 billion euros). euros), according to data released by the Games Inspection and Coordination Department (DICJ).

Casino revenue in Macau decreased 70,5% in November, compared to the same period last year.

In November, operators operating the game in the territory collected 6,7 billion patacas (706 million euros), while in the same period last year they had recorded revenues of 22,877 billion patacas (2,3 billion euros). euros), according to data released by the Games Inspection and Coordination Department (DICJ).

In the first 11 months of the year, casino losses were 80,5%, compared to the same period last year, as a result of the impact of the covid-19 pandemic and the severe border restrictions. Only at the end of September, the Chinese authorities resumed issuing visas across the country to Macau.

From January to November, operators in the territory raised 52,623 billion patacas (5,5 billion euros).

In 2019, Macau casino revenues were 292,4 billion patacas (approximately 31,1 billion euros).

Macau was one of the first territories to be affected by the pandemic, having registered 46 cases. Currently, there are no active cases.

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