Macao's November gaming revenue rises 54.6 pct month on month
Macao's gaming industry revenue in November increased 54.6 percent month on month to 6.749 billion patacas (about 840 million U.S. dollars) as social and economic order returned to normal after the latest COVID-19 outbreak, the Macao Special Administrative Region's (SAR) gaming industry watchdog said Wednesday.
Macao's Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau said in its latest report that the gaming revenue was 0.01 percent higher than the same period of last year.
The accumulated revenue in the first 11 months of this year reached 78.901 billion patacas (about 9.82 billion dollars), up 49.9 percent year on year.
The Macao SAR was hit by a new round of COVID-19 epidemic from late September to early October. For a large part of October, the neighboring Guangdong Province in the Chinese mainland required those entering Guangdong from Macao to be quarantined for 14 days.
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