Macau aggregated gross gaming revenues chalk up a disastrous March

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The many casinos in Macau reportedly saw their aggregated gross gaming revenues for March drop by 55.8% year-on-year to a little over $454.9 million as China continued to enforce a range of coronavirus-related mainland travel restrictions. According to a report from Inside Asian Gaming citing official information from the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau regulator, […]

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