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Gaming revenue in Macau with 93.2% losses


Gaming revenues in Macau fell 93.2% in May, compared to the same period in 2019, when there were already strong restrictions on the borders of the world capital of casinos to contain the Covid-19 pandemic

If, in May 2019, operators operating the game in the old territory managed by Portugal had raised 25.95 billion patacas (2.63 billion euros), now the gross monthly revenue stood at 1.76 billion patacas (around 198 million euros).

The data released today by the Games Inspection and Coordination Department (DICJ) also indicate a 73.7% drop in the first five months of the year, during a period when casinos were closed for at least 15 days in February.

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