Macao’s ‘Games of Fortune’ Revenue Down $4.5% in July
Macao’s gaming (GoF) recorded about 17.8-B patacas (about US$2.2-B) gross revenue in July, registering a decline of 4.5% Y-Y.
The SAR (special administrative region’s) Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau published the monthly revenue information on its website Monday.
According to the data, games of fortune has a gross revenue of about 17.8-B patacas in July 2016, while the revenue of July 2015 was 18.6-B patacas.
In terms of accumulated annual revenue, GoF recorded 125.6-B patacas in the 1st 7 months of Y 2016, 10.5$ less than the revenue made in 1st 7 months of 2015.
However, July’s revenue was higher than that of June which stood at about 15.9-B patacas.
And the falling momentum of this figure has slowed down since March, as the decrease percentages were 16.3, 9.5, 9.6, 8.5 and 4.5% respectively from March to July of Y 2016.
Games of fortune is the most important category in Macao’s gaming industry, as it generates most part of gaming revenue.
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